William Forsythe

USC's Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

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Choreographer and professor at USC’s Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

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William Forsythe is one of the world’s most renowned choreographers. This year, at 66, Forsythe left the company he founded in Germany 10 years ago.

William Forsythe

William Forsythe is one of the world’s most renowned choreographers. This year, at 66, Forsythe left the company he founded in Germany 10 years ago.

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