about Guillermo Perez

Guillermo Perez is a South Florida correspondent for Dance Magazine, Pointe and other dance publications. For several years he has contributed criticism, profiles, and news features to these and other arts media. He has covered travel for El Nuevo Herald and dance for Fort Lauderdale’s Sun Sentinel for nearly a decade. He taught criticism in the Dance Department of New World School of the Arts and holds a Doctorate in Romance Languages and Literatures from the University of Florida, having specialized in Latin American theatre. Perez covers ballet for ArtBurst.

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