16 Oct 2010

Stephen Mills – Light: The Holocaust & Humanity Project – TEDxSMU 2010

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Under the artistic leadership of Stephen Mills, Ballet Austin has emerged as one of the nation’s premiere dance organizations, recognized by the Washington Post in 2004 as “one of the nation’s best‑kept secrets.” Stephen attracted national media attention with his production of Hamlet in 2000 and led Ballet Austin to perform at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC in 2002, 2004 and 2008. The company has performed at The Joyce Theater in New York as well as a State Department sponsored tour of Europe in 2006. Stephen’s ballets are in the repertories of companies including The Hong Kong Ballet, American Ballet Theater Studio Company, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, Washington Ballet, The Atlanta Ballet, Cuballet (Havana, Cuba), BalletMet/Columbus, The Dayton Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet, The Sarasota Ballet of Florida, The Louisville Ballet, The Nashville Ballet, Dallas Black Dance Theater, and Texas Ballet Theater. Stephen was the recipient of the 2006 Humanitarian Award from the Anti‑Defamation League for his work Light/The Holocaust and Humanity Project.

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