Meg Brooker & Duncan Dance South is a regional dance company focused on preserving and passing on the works of early modern dance artists Isadora Duncan and Florence Fleming Noyes and on creating new works rooted in these early modern dance techniques. Activities include masterclasses, workshops, residencies, and performances. Artistic Director Meg Brooker is a direct-lineage Isadora Duncan dancer with a performance history that includes the United States, Europe, and Russia. Duncan Dance South collaborates with musicians and visual artists and has been commissioned by venues, including the Hunter Museum of American Art (Chattanooga) and the Nashville Parthenon, among others. Meg recently made her Italian television debut in an episode of Io e Lei (She/Her) focused on Isadora Duncan and produced by Sky Arte. Meg has lectured and presented on early modern dance for organizations, including the Dance Studies Association, Society of Dance History Scholars, Congress on Research in Dance, National Dance Education Organization, and Women in Dance Leadership, and has served on the faculties of The University of Southern Mississippi, Middle Tennessee State University, Texas State University, Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation/NY, School at Steps on Broadway/NY, and the Noyes School of Rhythm/CT. Additional masterclass and guest artist history includes Kennesaw State University, University of Texas at Austin, Alabama Dance Festival, Tennessee Youth Dance Festival, The People’s Friendship University of Russia, and Samos School of Dance/Greece, among others. Meg holds an MFA in Performance as Public Practice from UT Austin and a BA in Theatre Studies from Yale.