THE FOXWORTH THEORY featuring ALFRED GALLMAN
November 17, 2021
Hosted by Eugenia Foxworth
Eugenia Foxworth sits down with the legendary choreographer Alfred Gallman, who has studied with some of New York's elite dancers and choreographers. Alfred speaks on the changes in dance and broadway and how opportunities for young black dancers have changed dramatically over time and how dance has increased in television productions as well as music videos. As a Dancer Alfred has performed with Pepsi Bethel Authentic Jazz Dance Theater, Alvin Ailey Dance Center Workshop, Fred Benjamin Dance Company, Nanette Bearden Contemporary Dance Company, Otis Salid New Arts Ensemble and guest artist with the Munakata Jazz Dance Company in Japan. He was a featured performer of the National Touring Company of the Tony Award winning musical of THE WIZ!
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What makes The Foxworth Theory different from other talk shows is my purpose, which is to help inspire, motivate and encourage our young folks to pursue their aspirations and not let anything hold them back whatsoever. Our guests are from various corners of the world and from various fields, including art, culture, fashion, music, home ownership and more who come to the show, share their stories and adventures while leaving advice and providing direction to you, our listeners.
Hello, I’m Eugenia Foxworth. I’m an entrepreneur and businesswoman who’s supported the arts, fashion, culture and those who brought these many areas to the forefront of their careers. My roles have a renaissance range from boutique owner of imported fashions to art gallery owner and curator to the first African American female president of an international real estate organization’s office based in the United States.