Theatre & Dance
Beau Hancock is a choreographer and performer. He earned his MFA in Dance from Temple University, where he was a University Fellow and Rose Vernick Choreographic Achievement Award recipient. He also has a BA in Dance and American Studies from the University of Kansas. In 2009, he won the Cleveland Art Prize/Kathryn Karipides Scholarship, a national prize for summer dance study. In 2012-2013, he was a nEW Festival Artist-in-Residence, a Dance USA/Philadelphia Polish Exchange Artist, and a PEW Fellowship Nominee. Most recently, Beau was awarded the Ellen Forman Memorial Award from Drexel University, and was a recipient of a Project Stream Grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Beau’s choreography has been presented at the Merce Cunningham Studio (NYC), the Flea Theater (NYC), the Painted Bride Arts Center, Christ Church Neighborhood House, and the International Dance Day Festival in Byblos, Lebanon.