Brandon Woods, from Winston Salem, NC, BFA graduate of UNC School of the Arts (UNCSA) where he was featured in restaged works such as “Unsung” and “Choreographic Offering” by Jose Limon. He also performed original works choreographed by Sean Sullivan and Ursula Johnson, Juel Lane, and Zane Booker, and more. While finishing school, his photo was featured in the October 2012 issue of U.S. Airways magazine in an article about UNCSA. He began a professional career dancing original works created by Duane Cyrus and Helen Simoneau. His theatrical credits include “Jelly’s Last Jam”, “The Wizard of Oz”, “Broadway According to Gospel” and more. He soon performed and toured with the West Virginia Dance Company that featured works choreographed by Doug Varone, Donald Laney and Director Toneta Akers-Toler. While in West Virginia he also danced principal roles for the Shenandoah Ballet. He is a recipient of the William R. Kenan Fellowship, which commissioned an original work he co-created along with Mason Hensley, entitled “Skin-Deep”, at the Lincoln Center. He later aboard the Norwegian Escape dancing a principal role in the Broadway show “After Midnight '', featuring Melba Moore. His T.V./commercial credits include HBO’s “The Deuce” and a NY Knicks 75th Anniversary special. Most recent collaborations include dances with StubbornMVMT, Olga Rabetskaya, and Variety Pack Collective where he is also Vice President. His current performances include a European tour of “Touch Isolation” by Swiss creators Chris Leuenberger and Marcel Schwald and now a company debut with the Limon Dance Company.