George C. Berry completed his BA in Dance at the University of Alabama in May 2016. George began his dance training in 2011 at Atlanta Ballet. While at the University of Alabama, George starred as Don Quixote in Don Quixote, Lucien in Paquita, Hilarion in Giselle, and the Knight in Rita Snyder’s El Dorado, under the direction of Cornelius Carter. In addition, George has performed modern works by Jane Wiener, George Stalib, and Gregory Catellier. He has performed as a guest artist for the Nutcracker as Snow King, Spanish, and Arabian at the Southeast Alabama Dance Company and at the Bama Theatre. While participating in Broadway Dance Center’s Professional Semester, he worked with Matthew Powell, Wes Veldink, and Jim Coney. He has also starred as Hans in Frozen and the Indian Chief in Peter Pan at Dothan Civic Center. Following graduation, George worked as a company member with the Proia Dance Project in his hometown of Atlanta. His works have been featured at the Young Choreographer’s Festival, the Broadway Dance Center, and the Alabama Dance Festival for multiple years. George has an amazing support system of parents, grandparents, and friends who encourage and help him grow as an artist and as a person. He is very excited to work for the Roxey Ballet and continue that growth.