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Ebon Gage is a graduate of the Canadian College of Dance/Ryerson University. Upon graduation, he created his own dance company, Inside Edge Danceworkz and co-owner of a musical theatre school, Maneuvers Dance Theatre. His fusion of Latin Jazz and Afro Dance, has made him a sought after choreographer and instructor bringing his unique style to cruise ships, master classes and appearances on City TV, Toronto for Breakfast Television, “The Nature of Things” with David Suzuki and “Flare” Television, introducing “Ritmo Workz”, an alternative to body conditioning. Ebon is a member of ACTRA and a RAD affiliate.
His stage credits include; Dancer and Assistant Director for “Folk Ballet Theatre” and guest artist with “Dance Breakers”, The Canadian Opera Companies production of a “Merry Widow” and “Carmen”, 4 seasons with Ross Petty’s Christmas Pantomimes starring, Karen Kain, Veronica Tenant and Salome Bey. Touring across Canada and the USA in several corporate shows and has performed for the Canadian Armed Forces in Alert and the Middle East in “Front Line 90”.
He has provided choreography for the Roy Thompson Hall in partnership with The National Ballet of Canada in a “Salute to Vienna”, “Heritage” a musical theatre show for Ontario Place Toronto, “OH CANADA” a month celebration of Canadian history in Epcot Walt Disney World Florida, and Director for “CATS” at the Wellington Street Theatre, “West Side Story” , “I Said I”and “Footloose” and “Gypsy” for the Grand Theatre Kingston, “Dancing with The Stars” in Kingston, assistant choreographer for CBC, Live from Parliament Hill Ottawa in the July 1st celebrations, choreography for “Doc” starring Billy Ray Cyrus and “The Other Me” starring Andrew Lawrence for the Disney channel.
Ebon’s enthusiasm and his diversified background in dance have developed his role as a guide, creating an atmosphere of encouragement, discovery and excitement, regardless of a student’s technical ability.