Randy Duncan

Randy Duncan has credits that include Ruined (Goodman Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, Oregon Shakespeare Festival); Drowning Crow, Heartbreak House, Vigils, and Zoot Suit (Goodman Theatre); The Tempest (Shakespeare Theatre Company); Antigone, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, and The Clean House (South Coast Repertory); Carousel (Court Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre), and others. Dance credits include Joffrey Ballet, River North Chicago Dance Company, Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, and Bat Dor Dance Company (Israel). Film and television credits include Save the Last Dance, Love in Four Acts, and Man on the Move (PBS). Mr. Duncan has been awarded three Ruth Page Awards for Outstanding Choreographer of the Year, the Chicago National Association of Dance Masters Artistic Achievement Award, three Black Theatre Alliance Awards, and a Jazz Dance World Congress Award. Mr. Duncan is chairman of the Dance Department at Chicago Academy for the Arts. He studied with, among others, Harriet Ross, Joseph Holmes, Geraldine Johnson, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Center.

(As of October 2014)

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