Fonds - Ted Marshall

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Ted Marshall

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1 folder of textual material

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(1954- 1990)

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Ted Marshall was born August 6, 1954. He began his dance training in Vancouver, British Columbia and received scholarships with Ballet Horizons in Vancouver, Southwest Ballet Centre in Fort Worth, Texas, and the Dance Centre in Ottawa, Ontario. He also studied at the Luigi Jazz Centre in New York, Banff Summer School and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School, Professional Division. He danced with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet from 1979 to 1981.
He has also performed with the Darmstadt Opera Ballet, the Ottawa Dance Theatre, the Manitoba Theatre Centre, Agazzie Productions and Rainbow Stage. He has taught at the Ottawa Dance Theatre and was the director of Jazz and Modern Dance at the Academy of Dance in Winnipeg. His choreographic works include Dream Change, created for Winnipeg’s Dance Discovery ’80. He later began a career as an artist, with works such as the painting Dancer in Blue. Ted Marshall passed away in 1990.

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The records of Ted Marshall came to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet archives as part of a transfer of records from the RWB.

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The Ted Marshall fonds includes a resume [1981].

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