In the prime of her career, African American dance choreographer Katherine Dunham and her company toured over 60 countries. She performed on Broadway and in Hollywood films. She created the Katherine Dunham Technique, which brings together elements of dances from the African diaspora with modern dance and ballet. The rigorous technique is credited for bringing Black dance to the classroom and to the stage, where it has mesmerized audiences globally and transformed the world of dance. Part of the "If Cities Could Dance" series.