Alicia Fabry

About

Born in Charleston, South Carolina Alicia Fabry was raised in France. She began her formative training in France and continued with the English National Ballet School in London before joining Ballet Chicago’s Studio Company directed by Dan Duell. In 2005 Ms. Fabry was invited to perform in Carolina Ballet’s Nutcracker returning in fall 2006 as a company member. She was promoted to Soloist at the beginning of the 2010-2011 season.

Throughout Ms. Fabry’s career she has performed numerous roles in the classical ballet repertoire, including featured roles by choreographers Robert Weiss, George Balanchine, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, Zalman Raffael, Christopher Stowell, and Jerome Robbins, to name a few. Some of her principal roles include: Sugar Plum Fairy in Robert Weiss’ Nutcracker, Fairy Godmother in Robert Weiss’ Cinderella, Lilac Fairy in Robert Weiss’ Sleeping Beauty, Woman Who Yearns in Lynne Taylor-Corbett’s Carmina Burana, Theme #3 in George Balanchine’s Four Temperaments and Siren in George Balanchine’s Prodigal Son.

In addition to her dancing, Ms. Fabry was offered the opportunity to delve deeper into the creative process when selected as a Rehearsal Assistant in 2010. Most recently, Ms. Fabry has accepted a position as a full-time Ballet Master to Carolina Ballet. In addition to teaching, coaching, rehearsing and resetting ballets in the Carolina Ballet repertoire, she also has set work outside the company staging Robert Weiss’s Greig Piano Concerto for Pennsylvania Ballet and serving on the faculty of Carolina Ballet’s summer intensive program.