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|Born||Soweto, South Africa|
Gauteng Arts and Culture MEC Award
2006 Most Promising Female Dancer in a Contemporary Style
Dada Masilo is a South African dancer and choreographer, known for her unique and innovative interpretations of classical ballets. Trained in classical ballet and contemporary dance, Masilo fuses these techniques with African dance steps to create her high-speed style. She was born and raised in the Johannesburg township of Soweto. Although she is interested more in the personal challenge of choreography than political statements, her pieces often address taboos such as homosexuality and race relations.
- Braamfontein's National School for the Arts, 2002
- Dancing with Dada, in collaboration with William Kentridge
- Swasey Chapel at Denison University, 3 February 2012
- The Bitter End of Rosemary, Düsseldorf, Germany
- Jazzart Dance Theatre, Cape Town, 2003
- London School of Contemporary Dance, 2004
- One of Dada's notable scene partners is South African contemporary dancer Kyle Heinz Rossouw
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- "The Vail Series [Denison University]» Blog Archive » DADA MASILO". Swasey Chapel, Denison University, Granville, Ohio, USA. 3 February 2012. Retrieved 10 April 2012.
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