Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas proudly presents Millennials, a dance production choreographed and directed by Spectrum Dance Theatre Company artist, Alex Crozier. Millennials turns the microscope on cultural appropriation, pop culture, and gay culture that heavily impacts every aspect of American life today. The two act dance performance will engage audiences and encourage critical thought that will force viewers to question whether something is appropriate or simply, appropriation.
Alex Crozier a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, received his dance training from Wissahickon Dance Academy under the direction of Nancy Malmed. As a graduate of University of the Arts he received his BFA in Dance. Now in his fifth season with Spectrum Dance Theater Alex performs various lead roles as a senior company member. His featured roles include the Interlocutor in Donald Byrd's The Minstrel Show Revisited and the Carnival Boy in the 5th Avenue Theatre's production of 'Carousel'. He has performed with Pennsylvania Ballet as a guest artist, the Houston Grand Opera, and with Liz Kings D.ID in Austria where he toured extensively throughout the country. Alex has had the opportunity to present work at the Austrian dance festival Ötanzt, Central District Forum's Showing Out, and Seattle Mens Chorus.
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (View)
104 17th Avenue S
Seattle, WA 98144
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