HARRY BRYCE has developed visionary works as a director, choreographer, writer, and arts educator for more than 30 years. Harry has led dance companies in Richmond, Virginia, and Atlanta, where his original concert ballet, Beyond the Canebreaks: Moments In the Life of Harriet Tubman, performed to sold-out crowds and received national and critical acclaim at the National Black Arts Festival. In 1997 Harry founded the Memphis Black Repertory Theatre and served as producing artistic director for five seasons, during which he garnered 17 theater awards. Harry has directed for professional theater companies throughout the U.S. and was the recipient of the 2000 Carter G. Woodson Award of Merit for Lifetime Achievements in Performing Arts. Currently, Harry serves as an Artistic Associate for the Cumberland County Playhouse (the largest and oldest professional regional theater in Tennessee), where he has directed numerous productions over the past 11 years. He is thrilled to be back with WBTT to direct his ninth show.