Carmen de Lavallade (born March 6, 1931) is an American actress, dancer and choreographer.Carmen de Lavallade was born in Los Angeles, California, on March 6, 1931,[1] to black Creole parents from New Orleans, Louisiana. She was raised by her aunt, Adele, who owned one of the first African-American history bookshops on Central Avenue.

De Lavallade’s cousin, Janet Collins,


was the first African-American prima ballerina at the Metropolitan Opera.Janet Collins (March 7, 1917 – May 28, 2003) was a ballet dancer, choreographer, and teacher. She performed on Broadway, in films, and appeared frequently on television.[1] She was among the pioneers of black ballet dancing, one of the few classically trained Black dancers of her generation.Janet Collins was born in New Orleans, and at the age of four moved with her family to Los Angeles, California,[2] where Collins received her first dance training at a Catholic community center. She studied primarily with Carmelita Maracci, Lester Horton, and Adolph Bolm, who were among the few ballet teachers who accepted black students.In 1932, aged 15, Collins auditioned with success for the prestigious Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, but as she was required to paint her face and skin white in order to be able to perform, she did not join the company. In 1948, she moved to New York and got the chance to dance her own choreography on a shared program at the 92nd Street YMHA.


De Lavallade began studying ballet with Melissa Blake at the age of 16.

After graduation from Thomas Jefferson High School in Los Angeles, she was awarded a scholarship to study dance with Lester Horton. De Lavallade became a member of the Lester Horton Dance Theater in 1949 where she danced as a lead dancer until her departure for New York City with Alvin Ailey in 1954. Like all of Horton’s students, de Lavallade studied other art forms, including painting, acting, music, set design and costuming, as well as ballet and other forms of modern and ethnic dance. She studied dancing with ballerina Carmelita Maracci and acting with Stella Adler.


In 1954, de Lavallade made her Broadway debut partnered with Alvin Ailey in Truman Capote‘s musical House of Flowers (starring Pearl Bailey).In 1955, she married dancer/actor Geoffrey Holder, whom she had met while working on House of Flowers

It was with Holder that de Lavallade choreographed her signature solo Come Sunday, to a black spiritual sung by Odetta (then known as Odetta Gordon). The following year, de Lavallade danced as the prima ballerina in Samson and Delilah, and Aida at the Metropolitan Opera. She made her television debut in John Butler’s ballet Flight, and in 1957 she appeared in the television production of Duke Ellington’s A Drum Is a Woman. She appeared in several off-Broadway productions, including Othello and Death of a Salesman.[9] An introduction to 20th Century Fox executives by Lena Horne led to more acting roles between 1952 and 1955. She appeared in several films, including Carmen Jones (1954) with Dorothy Dandridge and Odds Against Tomorrow (1959) with Harry Belafonte. De Lavallade was a principal guest performer with the Alvin Ailey Dance Company on the company’s tour of Asia and in some countries the company was billed as de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company. Other performances included dancing with Donald McKayle and appearing in Agnes de Mille‘s American Ballet Theatre productions of The Four Marys and The Frail Quarry in 1965. At the insistence of friend John Butler[10], she began teaching at the Yale School of Drama as a choreographer and performer-in-residence in 1970. She staged musicals, plays and operas, and eventually became a professor and member of the Yale Repertory Theater. Students during this time includes Meryl Streep, Sigourney Weaver, Joe Grifasi, Christopher Durang, and Wendy Wasserstein. Between 1990 and 1993, de Lavallade returned to the Metropolitan Opera as choreographer for Porgy and Bess and Die Meistersinger.De Lavallade had resided in New York City with her husband Geoffrey Holder until his death on October 5, 2014. Their lives were the subject of the 2005 Linda Atkinson and Nick Doob documentary Carmen and Geoffrey.[15] The couple had one son, Léo. De Lavallade’s brother-in-law was Boscoe Holder.

Carmen De Lavallade and Geoffrey Holden in CARMEN AND GEOFFREY, a film by Linda Atkinson. A First Run Features release.



In 2004, de Lavallade received the Black History Month Lifetime Achievement Award and the Rosie Award (named for Rosetta LeNoire and “given to individuals who demonstrate extraordinary accomplishment and dedication in the theatrical arts and to corporations that work to promote opportunity and diversity”),[17][18] the Bessie Award in 2006, and the Capezio Dance Award in 2007,[8][19] as well as an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from the Juilliard School in 2008.In December 2017, she received the Kennedy Center Honors Award.[10] On August 17, 2017, two days after U.S. President Trump’s third statement after the ‘Charlottesville rally’, she announced that she will forgo the related reception at the White House which was later cancelled.[21][22]Although she did attend the dinner at the State Department hosted by Rex Tillerson and emceed by Julie Andrews.



The image of the beast is baphomet:  transgendered. All who worship his image shall at the time of great tribulation be transgendered and transgender.

Revelation 13:15-18 And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.  

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