Trevor Cook

Trevor Cook, a native of Cody, Wyoming in the United States first discovered dance as a young boy watching his mother teach dance classes. Ever since, dance has played a major role in his life. He graduated cum laude from the University of Wyoming with a BFA in Dance Performance and a BA in Humanities/Fine Arts with minors in European Studies and the honors program. Trevor was also named one of the top seven male graduates of the university for his achievements. He performed in Excerpts From The Winged originally choreographed by José Limón and restaged by Pablo Francisco Ruvalcaba Tovar at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. as part of the National College Dance Festival in 2016. Trevor is also interested in choreography, and his work VIA AIR MAIL was selected for adjudication at the American College Dance Association’s Northwest Conference. As a choreographer Trevor is interested in the blending of theatre and dance to illustrate human experiences and stories lost to time. Originally a jazz and tap dancer, Trevor developed his love for contemporary dance in university, and uses his multiple interests in both artistic and academic disciplines to inform his performance and choreography.