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Boris Willis Moves

Boris Willis Moves is making its debut performance here on the Millennium Stage. This company combines elements of hip-hop, contact improvisation and break dance, to create a unique postmodern dance style. The Washington Post has called Artistic Director Boris Willis “flawless and emotionally riveting.” With a wide range of inspiration and motivation, Boris Willis Moves explores Twenty-first Century physical expression. Boris Willis would like to give a special thanks to Linda Miller, Karen Studd, Marjorie Summerall, Sally Wall, Buffy Price, Suzanne Carbonneau, Sharon Mansur, Todd Clark, Keith Vaughan, George Mason University Dance Department, and an extra special thanks to the dancers/musician for all of their hard work.

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Watch Past Performances

Boris Willis Moves 2/4/04: Boris Willis Moves

Boris Willis Moves, documentary filmmaker Todd Clark, playwright Lara Naughton, and composer Jeffrey Mumford combine to create The Grey Album, a work based on photographer K.C. Bailey’s “The Grey Album” and Willis’ own biracial experiences.

Boris Willis Moves

Boris Willis Moves, documentary filmmaker Todd Clark, playwright Lara Naughton, and composer Jeffrey Mumford combine to create The Grey Album, a work based on photographer K.C. Bailey’s “The Grey Album” and Willis’ own biracial experiences.
Boris Willis Moves 9/17/03: Boris Willis Moves

Boris Willis and his company, Boris Willis Moves, will work with documentary filmmaker Todd Clark, playwright Lara Naughton and composer Jeffrey Mumford to create The Grey Album, a technologically sophisticated and emotionally charged work based on photographer K.C. Bailey’s “The Grey Album” and Willis’ own biracialexperiences. (Kinespheres series - Local Dance Commissioning Project)

Boris Willis Moves

Boris Willis and his company, Boris Willis Moves, will work with documentary filmmaker Todd Clark, playwright Lara Naughton and composer Jeffrey Mumford to create The Grey Album, a technologically sophisticated and emotionally charged work based on photographer K.C. Bailey’s “The Grey Album” and Willis’ own biracialexperiences. (Kinespheres series - Local Dance Commissioning Project)
Boris Willis Moves and Jam Crew 1/19/02: Boris Willis Moves and Jam Crew

This night is a joint performance involving Jam Crew and Boris Willis Moves. It begins with Jam Crew's exciting and invigorating art of hip-hop dance. Then it moves into a "flawless and emotionally riveting" tour de force modern dance performance of Boris Willis Moves (Washington Post).

Boris Willis Moves and Jam Crew

This night is a joint performance involving Jam Crew and Boris Willis Moves. It begins with Jam Crew's exciting and invigorating art of hip-hop dance. Then it moves into a "flawless and emotionally riveting" tour de force modern dance performance of Boris Willis Moves (Washington Post).

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