Edgar L. Page


Edgar L. Page is originally from Detroit, MI where he began his dance training through the Detroit Public Schools System. A proud graduate of Cass Technical High School, he furthered his studies at the Alvin Ailey School, the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, and other institutions before earning his BA in Dance from Western Michigan University as both a Wade H. McCree, Jr. and Martin Luther King, Jr Scholar.

A former member of the Dayton Contemporary Dance Second Company, Mr. Page spent the greater part of the last decade touring and performing with the world-renowned Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble. As a principal member of the company he was featured in the works of Gary Abbott, Baba Chuck Davis, Katherine Dunham, Rennie Harris, Nejla Yatkin, Ray Mercer, Milton Myers and Eleo Pomare with soloist roles created by the likes of Alvin Ailey, Christopher Huggins, Donald McKayle, Jeffrey Page, Roger Jeffrey, Cleo Parker Robinson and others.

Mr. Page has since shifted his focus to enriching the Denver dance community while curating his own work. With a graceful prowess he weaves techniques, athleticism, and artistic vision to craft socially motivated dance narratives.