WILLIAM BREWTON FOWLER JR.

is a freelance dancer from Augusta, GA who began training at Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School. After graduating, he went on to study contemporary dance at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, NC. While in UNCSA, he had the honor of performing Twyla Tharp's "Sweet Fields" for Sally Ride's Tribute at the Kennedy Center. He also danced works by Maurya Kerr, José Limón, Grady Bowman, Bill T. Jones, Juel D. Lane, Susan Jaffe, Merce Cunningham, Ming-Lung Yang and Kimberly Bartosik.

He spent five summers with Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance directed by Heather Maloy. In San Francisco, he worked for Gregory Dawson’s company, DawsonDanceSF, and had the opportunity to co-choreograph a duet with Frankie Peterson for the Black Choreographers Festival. In New York, he performed for Summer Stage with Stephanie Batten Bland’s Company, SBB. He also worked with Gallim Dance under the direction of Andrea Miller.