A Native-Hawaiian dancer, chanter, kumu hula, and champion for preserving Hawaiian culture.
British dancer, choreographer, and artistic director. The founder of The Royal Ballet.
American-born French entertainer, French Resistance agent, and civil rights activist.
Flamenco dancer and singer, known as the greatest Flamenco dancer of all time.
A revolutionary ballerina, the first major Prima Ballerina in the US, and the first Native American to exceed this rank.
Actress, dancer, and singer, the first Hispanic woman to win an Oscar and the third person to win all the four major entertainment awards - an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony.
A songwriter, dancer, actress, and the most awarded female singer of all time.
Best-selling musician, singer-songwriter, dancer, and actress. Famous for her contribution to women’s sexual liberation in pop culture.
A famous and influential dancer and choreographer, known as “the mother of black dance.”
The first black Prima Ballerina of the Metropolitan Opera Ballet in NYC, paving the way for dancers of all races in classical ballet.