Corps de Ballet • Joined Colorado Ballet in 2019
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
Alexander Roy is from Chicago, Illinois and received his training from the Chicago High School for the Arts under the mentorship of Kyle Seguin. As a student, he performed lead roles in ballets such as The Sleeping Beauty and Paquita. In 2016, Alexander joined The Joffrey Academy of Dance as a Trainee on a full scholarship. While at Joffrey, he performed soloist and ensemble roles in Swan Lake, Symphonic Variations, and Napoli.
In 2018, Alexander joined Atlanta Ballet as a Second Company member under the leadership of Gennadi Nedvigin. In 2019, Alexander joined Colorado Ballet as an Apprentice. During his first season with Colorado Ballet, Alexander had the pleasure of performing demi-soloist and corps de ballet roles such as Red Man in Lila York’s Celts, as well as Russian and Warrior in The Nutcracker. In 2020, Alexander was promoted to corps de ballet and made his debut as the Nutcracker Prince in Colorado Ballet's The Nutcracker in 2021. Alexander is a two-time Youth America Grand Prix finalist and has choreographed two of his own ballets. This is Alexander’s 5th season with Colorado Ballet.