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Choreographer/writer/director/filmmaker David Roussève is a magna cum laude graduate of Princeton University and a Guggenheim Fellow. He has written, directed, and choreographed 13 evening-length works for David Roussève/REALITY including three commissions for the Next Wave Festival (Love Songs in 1999, The Whispers of Angels in 1995, and Urban Scenes/Creole Dreams in 1992). In 2016 Roussève created Enough?, a commission for San Francisco’s RAWDance that asks whether dance can even begin to address social issues like the violence that gave birth to the Black Lives Matter movement. Roussève has received a Bessie Award, three (LA) Horton Dance Awards, the CalArts/Alpert Award in Dance, seven consecutive NEA fellowships, the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Association of Black Princeton Alumni, two Irvine fellowships in dance, and a Creative Capital fellowship.