BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).

BalletX Spring Series

3 Premieres
Choreographers: Nicole Caruana, Gregory Dawson, John McFall

Dancers:  Andie Yorita Blake Krapels Caili Quan Chloe Perkes Francesca Forcella Richard Villaverde Roderick Phifer Skyler Lubin Stanley Glover Zachary Kapeluck

Nicole Caruana, BalletX’s 2020 Choreographic Fellow, is quickly ascending the ranks of emerging choreographers with recent commissions for Scapino Ballet and Canadian Contemporary Dance Theater. Her awards include first prize at Germany’s International Competition for Choreographers and the Technos College International Prize. In her work, she explores the cyclical nature of existence, and the mysterious life of the mind.

Gregory Dawson is Artistic Director of San Francisco’s dawsondancesf, a company he founded in 2007 following a 20-year career dancing with Alonzo King Lines Ballet. In 2015, he received the Isadora Duncan Award for birds eye view, a collaboration with the Richard Howell Quintet. His work delves into the collaborative nature of choreography, and features “muscular, sinewy, high-impact modern dance inflected and informed by classical ballet” (San Francisco Chronicle).

John McFall performed as a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for two decades before going on to choreograph works for National Ballet of Canada, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Mikhail Baryshnikov at American Ballet Theatre. As former Artistic Director of Atlanta Ballet and BalletMet, he commissioned Twyla Tharp and Wayne McGregor. His work embraces “simple gestures” and is described as “stunning” and “beautifully performed” (Backstage Beat).