• 15th Anniversary

    Society for the Performing Arts

    Houston Artist Commissioning Project

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    7:30pm, Fri Nov 12, Sat Nov 13
    Jessie H. Jones Hall
    615 Louisiana Street, Suite 100

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  • Celebrating 15 Years

    Celebrating over 15 years of commitment to Community, Culture, and Creativity. USDC solidifies the unity of Black Experiences and Black Expression.

  • Celebrating 15 Years

    Celebrating over 15 years of commitment to Community, Culture, and Creativity. USDC solidifies the unity of Black Experiences and Black Expression.

  • Celebrating 15 Years

    Celebrating over 15 years of commitment to Community, Culture, and Creativity. USDC solidifies the unity of Black Experiences and Black Expression.

  • Celebrating 15 Years
  • Celebrating 15 Years
  • Celebrating 15 Years

Celebrating 15 Years

Celebrating over 15 years of commitment to Community, Culture, and Creativity. US solidifies the unity of Black Experiences and Black Expression.

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Repertoire

Repertoire

A collection of exciting pieces that we have performed across the country and soon the world. The core symbolic message remains the same but each time a repertoire piece is performed by US there is always a new, exciting twist. Each rendition takes on its own flavor. Below are a few clips from past performances.

Urban Utopia
Urban Utopia
Blood On The Leaves
Blood On The Leaves
My Seat at the Table
My Seat at the Table

In the Beginning…

Urban Souls (US) grew from a solo performed by founding artistic director Harrison Guy at the city-wide dance festival Dance Houston on July 30, 2004. The solo, titled “Makes Me Wanna Holler”, won him that year’s Dance Houston Award. Guy initially conceived the idea of the company while he was training in New York City at the Alvin Ailey School.

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In the Beginning…

Urban Souls (US) grew from a solo performed by founding artistic director Harrison Guy at the city-wide dance festival Dance Houston on July 30, 2004. The solo, titled “Makes Me Wanna Holler”, won him that year’s Dance Houston Award. Guy initially conceived the idea of the company while he was training in New York City at the Alvin Ailey School.

Harrison

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