Raised in Texas, Antonio Sisk began his training at Brookhaven College in Dallas where he later returned to instruct, choreograph and perform as a guest artist. After one year of instruction, he auditioned for the Dallas Black Dance Theatre where he remained for five seasons as a principal dancer. He continued his education at Southern Methodist University with a scholarship, majoring in dance and communications. He was also the assistant to the managing director, tour assistant and master class instructor, and soloist for PHILADANCO for four years where he remains a guest artist and alumni for his mentor Joan Myers Brown.
Sisk was a company member and performed professionally with dozens of companies such as Fort Worth Ballet, Lula Washington Dance Company, Jubilations/A Deeply Rooted production, Bruce Wood Dance Company, Zoetic Dance, Axam Dance Theatre and Phrenic New Ballet. He has also worked with and premiered works by David Brown/Elisa Monte, Alonzo King, George Faison, Hope Clarke, Max Stone, Donald Byrd, Dwight Rhoden, Trey McIntyre, Christopher Huggins, David Parsons, Thaddeus Davis and Hernando Cortez.A
After 14 years of dancing, teaching, choreographing and touring more than 10 countries, he currently resides in Atlanta training new dancers.