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Preserving through dance, the cultural diversity of the Caribbean


Marsha Williams

Marsha Williams - a born Canadian with Barbadian descent which she takes pride in her culture.  She has become a very influential member of the entertainment industry in Toronto and abroad.  Marsha has been dancing and entertaining for the tender age of four. 


She attended the dance school at the acclaimed Joanna Chapman School of Dancing for 13 years. She has not only performed she has also continue her dance education in completed her exams in ballet, acrobatics, and jazz genres.


Marsha has graduated from Humber College collecting a diploma in Industrial Design, Ryerson University in Production Design and then continuing at the Art Institute of Chicago for Computer Animation.


She currently is an apprentice member of ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) and an apprentice member of The Directors Guild of Canada as An Assistant Art Director on Motion Pictures, T.V. and Short Film.


She joined Dance Caribe Performing Company in 2002, marking her 12th year with the company.  She is a very active member of DCPC and having participated is such events as Boston Carnival USA 2003 Female Individual, BBPA Harry Jerome Awards, Chin International Folklore Dance Champion, Weddings, Birthday Parties, TV shows and Movies.  Marsha also performed at DCPC's 25th Anniversary Production...Then and Now”.


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