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  1. MITCHELL-Arthur C., of Huntington, suddenly on February 7, 2004. Dedicated teacher and coach. Beloved husband of Karen. Cherished son of Frances. Loving father of Brad, Kim Moses, and Jean. Devoted gr

  2. A star of New York City Ballet and the co-founder of Dance Theatre of Harlem, Arthur Mitchell was also the first African American principal dancer in any major ballet company. Mitchell, who has...

  3. Sep 19, 2018 · Arthur Mitchell, a charismatic dancer with New York City Ballet in the 1950s and ’60s and the founding director of the groundbreaking Dance Theater of Harlem, died on Wednesday in Manhattan. He was...

  4. Arthur Mitchell (I) (1934–2018) Arthur Mitchell. Arthur Mitchell was born on March 27, 1934 in New York City, New York, USA as Arthur Adams Mitchell Jr. He is known for his work on Dance Theatre of Harlem: Fall River Legend (1989), Playhouse 90 (1956) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (1967). He died on September 19, 2018 in Manhattan, New York City.

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  5. Feb 26, 2017 · Arthur Mitchell was an African American dancer, choreographer, and director of the Dance Theatre of Harlem. From New York, Mitchell attended the High School for the Performing Arts in New York City and began performing in Broadway musicals and with the companies of Donald McKayle and John Butler.

  6. Arthur Mitchell. *Arthur Mitchell was born on this date in 1934. He was a Black dancer, choreographer, and director of the Dance Theater of Harlem. From New York, Mitchell attended the High School for the Performing Arts in New York City and began performing in Broadway musicals and with the companies of Donald McKayle and John Butler.

  7. Arthur Mitchell (1934 – 2018) was a ballet dancer who achieved international acclaim as the first African-American principal dancer at the New York City Ballet. He danced with the company from 1956 to 1968. Following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., he was inspired to help found the Dance Theater of Harlem.