Chapel Hill native Michelle Dorrance's breakthrough was a four-year stint in the touring version of "Stomp" the percussion show requiring a difficult combination of stamina and exactitude. Dorrance is one of 24 new fellows of the MacArthur Foundation -- good for a $625,000 grant over the next five years. The award was announced Monday, September 28, 2015.
Chapel Hill native Michelle Dorrance's breakthrough was a four-year stint in the touring version of "Stomp" the percussion show requiring a difficult combination of stamina and exactitude. Dorrance is one of 24 new fellows of the MacArthur Foundation -- good for a $625,000 grant over the next five years. The award was announced Monday, September 28, 2015. Courtesy of Guido Mandozzi
Chapel Hill native Michelle Dorrance's breakthrough was a four-year stint in the touring version of "Stomp" the percussion show requiring a difficult combination of stamina and exactitude. Dorrance is one of 24 new fellows of the MacArthur Foundation -- good for a $625,000 grant over the next five years. The award was announced Monday, September 28, 2015. Courtesy of Guido Mandozzi