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LAMAR BAYLOR

From:

New Jersey, USA

Occupation:

Dancer

Country(s) Visited:

Rwanda –┬áDecember 2011, November 2013, & July 2019

ABOUT LAMAR

Lamar is a professional dancer with an impressive list of credits. He was a Bronze Medal Winner in the 2003 NAACP-Act So Competition for Dance. LaMar has performed for artists such as Patti LaBelle, Ben Vereen, Danny Glover, Wynton Marsalis, and Jill Scott where he was the Lead Male Dancer in her Directorial Debut Slide. In 2007, LaMar played the lead male dancer in the production of My Brotha Marvin [the Marvin Gaye story] directed by Zeola Gaye. After graduating from the University of the Arts, LaMar was an assistant to Roni Koresh and a recipient of The Choreog-raphy Award as well as the highest award given to a graduate known as the Stella Moore Award for Outstanding 4-Year Achievement and the first Alumni Award from Creative Arts High School. He is a former Principal Dancer/Rehearsal Director with Eleone Dance Theater and the Rebecca Davis Dance Company. Currently, LaMar is a freelance choreographer/teacher, Cultural Ambassador in Rwanda for Mindleaps, as well as a performer on Broadway in Disney’s Production, The Lion King.

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