A CONVERSATION WITH CHOREOGRAPHER SEAN DORSEY IN DANCE TEACHER MAGAZINE

Plenty of choreographers will argue that finding an audience for dance can be a Herculean task. San Francisco–based choreographer Sean Dorsey has what most would consider an added obstacle: He’s transgender, and the dance-theater work he creates for his company deals mainly with transgender and queer experiences. But he says the work is universally resonant. “Whether you’re transgender, straight, queer, you don’t know, you’re changing your mind—you can relate to the themes of the work,” says Dorsey. “Longing for connection or love or community, feelings of loss or grief. We always hear from our audiences, ‘I saw myself in that.’”

-Dance Teacher Magazine

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“A Conversation with Choreographer Sean Dorsey”
-Dance Teacher Magazine

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