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one to stay nimble in the field,while, at the same time, allowing the flexibility to take on newand exciting opportunities.


Mr. Fowler had some finalwords ofwisdom, as our discussion came to an end, “if youwant to be a dancer, it has to be a lifestyle. Living and breathing dance; it’s somethingwe all have in com- mon.” I couldn’t agreemore.


Pictured: Jason Fowler setting awork for ChristopherWheeldon


ing tomiss out on a performance by the iconicRussian dancer, hur- riedly installed a shower.Because you’re not going to not put in a shower for the infamousBaryshnikov, right? I love these stories and I love that they build on the culture and artistic history thatwe have inDallas.


So,what’s next for Jason Fowler?Does he have a 5-year plan? In short, his response is a delightful “no.”He loveswhat he’s doing, loves to travel and lovesworkingwithChristopherWheeldon because he believes “Chris’work is great and really important right nowfor classical ballet.”His style is to “stay in themoment and see what happens and try to prepare asmuch as I can for the future.” This is a refreshing outlook for an artist to have, because it allows


Pictured: Jason Fowler (left) in class at SAB.


DANCE!NORTHTEXAS


a publication of the dance council of north texas


vol. 21 • no. 2 www.thedancecouncil.org


May-July 2018


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