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Faculty and Staff|Department of Theatre and Dance

Lawrence Jackson

Associate Professor, Jazz Dance - Modern Dance - Repertory - Partnering

B.F.A. University of Southern Mississippi
M.F.A. Florida State University

Lawrence Jackson is a graduate of both the University of Southern Mississippi where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and Florida State University where he received a Master of Fine Arts degree. Lawrence has studied with many prominent dance professionals including Donald Mc Kayle, Mary Hinkson, Cleo Parker Robinson, Suzanne Farrell, Dan Wagoner, Joel Hall, and others.

Professionally, he devoted several years as a principal dancer with the internationally known modern dance company, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble. He has also performed as a guest artist in a variety of venues; on the concert stage, PBS television programs, industrials, dinner theatres, and summer dance intensives.

In addition, he has also choreographed over 30 original works for the concert stage. As an instructor, he has taught and continues to guest teach and choreograph at various universities, academies and summer workshops throughout the U.S. and abroad.His professional training background of ballet, modern, jazz, and African are reflected in his choreography and classes. 

Lawrence is a faculty member at the University of Wyoming, where he teaches all levels of modern, jazz, repertory, and partnering technique. His current interest of study is researching the relationship between sociology and dance.





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