When training for her role in the film The Company, actress Neve Campbell frequented professional dance classes around New York City. One of her favorite haunts was Igal Perry’s 10 a.m. ballet class in Union Square. It was there that Campbell could observe dancers hailing from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds. To this day, Perry’s morning class is one of the most popular and diverse on the scene. What sets Perry apart from his counterparts in the New York dance community is his inside knowledge of contemporary choreography. For Perry, the founder and director, as well as main artistic voice behind the Peridance Contemporary Dance Company and Peridance Capezio Center, his life’s work is dance and dancers.