Ezra Dickinson was trained at Pacific Northwest Ballet for twelve years on full scholarship. Ezra holds a BFA in dance with an emphasis in choreography from Cornish College of The Arts. While at Cornish Ezra was awarded the Merce Cunningham Scholarship, Kreielsheimer Scholarship, President’s Scholarship in Dance, Male Dance Scholarship, Outstanding Dance Major Award, and Dean’s List. Ezra is in his seventh year dancing for The Maureen Whiting Company. Ezra also has danced for choreographers, Dayna Hanson, Zoe Scofield, Wade Madsen, Kent Stowell, Francia Russel, Bruce Wells, Zan Yamashita, Hoho-Do, Jason Ohlberg, Kabby Mitchell, Marry Sheldon Scott, Amy O’Neal, Pat Hon, and Deborah Wolf. Along with being a member of Maureen Whiting Company and dancing for many other choreographers, Ezra makes his own dance works and movement installations, is a member of Actually Really, The Can Can Castaways, and is Co-Artistic Director with Rainbow Fletcher of the Offshore Project. Ezra’s own work in choreography and movement installations have been on display in Seattle Channel’s Art Zone, 12min Max, Northwest New Works Festival, Next Fest Northwest, Live at The Film Forum, Ten Tiny Dances, The Moore, Gallery 1412, Chop Sue, Act Theatre, Gallery 154, Move, Heathrow Airport, and Mexico City.