#BoysDanceToo: The Guys of Dancing Through My Resume
After Good Morning America host Lara Spencer made an on-air comment about Prince George taking ballet class (for which she has since apologized!!), members from the Broadway and dance communities took to social media to squash those negative stereotypes and proudly declare that #BoysDanceToo. On Monday, Lara sat down with three of today’s fiercest male dancers (Robbie Fairchild, Travis Wall and Fabrice Calmels) for a segment about boys who love dance, finding male role models, and how bullying affects them.
Broadway performers (organized by Charlie Williams, Sam Quinn, Alex D. Wong, Wall & Fairchild) led a dance in this morning outside GMA to end stigma and celebrate all those who love to dance.
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@murphymade captured moments of our movement in Times Square this morning as only he could. Watching this dance community come together and stand up against bullying is something that I’ll be processing for a long time. We are strong, disciplined, and unwavering in our support of each other. DANCE BELONGS TO EVERYONE. Huge thanks to @samquinn for helping plan it all and for @traviswall @robbiefairchild and @alexdwong for giving one of the most epic early morning ballet classes I have ever witnessed. #boysdancetoo Also, huge shout out to @tvmichaellee and @eshaners for sign and bullhorn help!!!
In celebration of the male dancers who continue to wow us on Broadway, here are all of the guys who have participated in our popular Dancing Through My Resume series. See them dance and hear their stories.