Felicity Audet

Felicity received her pre-professional training first at the

Indiana Ballet Conservatory, and then later under the tutelage of

Natalya Getman and Andrei Bossov at Bossov Ballet Theatre in Maine. Upon graduation, Felicity joined the Louisville Ballet under the direction of Robert Curran, where she danced for two seasons before leaving to pursue her Bachelor of Arts degree

at Princeton University. 

 

As a professional performer, Felicity has had the privilege to dance a variety of mixed classical and contemporary repertoire - performing principle and character roles in ballets such as Giselle, Don Quixote, Sleeping Beauty, and Carmen in addition to original choreography and established works by contemporary choreographers such as Geroge Balanchine, Val Caniparoli, Adam Hougland, and Mark Morris. 

 

In addition to performing, Felicity channels her artistry through choreography, photography, and creative design. In her free time, she enjoys finding ways to combine her creative, artistic, and scholarly passions, and in particular, exploring dance styles stemming from East Asian traditions.

 

This is Felicity’s first season with the company.

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