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Eboné Williams



 

Eboné was raised in Arlington, Texas. From a young age, she had a love for dance.

And was fortunate to be accepted into the Debbie Allen Summer intensive at The Dallas Black Dance Theater. After attending the intensive, Ms. Allen awarded Eboné a scholarship to Debbie Allen Dance Academy in LA. While going to college in Texas, she was hired as a performer for Six Flags Over Texas in their popular show, Chart Toppers and the highly recognized Mary Kay’s Industrial at The Dallas Convention Center. Later, she transferred to Pace University as a Commercial Dance major under the direction of Rhonda Miller and will graduate in May 2018 with her BFA.

One of her favorite opportunities has been assisting Galen Hooks, and has enjoyed success as a choreographer/performer in Genesis Car commercial and working on If Beale Street Could Talk director by Barry Jenkins.

In addition to performing, she one day desires to become a choreographer/director/producer for music videos, award shows, national tours, film/television.

Some of her other interests are print modeling, voice overs, singing and sketch art.

Eboné aspires to one day be like Tanisha Scott and loved her movement quality because she brings a sense of class to her sensual movements. I have been blessed to have the support of my family, friends, and mentors to encourage me to achieve my dreams in this exciting industry.