Corps De Ballet
Alec Roth is originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he received his initial training from Milwaukee Ballet School. He went on to further his training with Boston Ballet, Charlotte Ballet, and American Dance Center in Kansas City. In 2011, he joined the Studio Company of Colorado Ballet where he performed roles in Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.
Since then, Roth has performed with Lexington Ballet, Ballet Quad Cities, Bay Pointe Ballet in San Francisco, and De La Dance Company. His favorite roles include Prince Ivan in Kristopher Estes-Brown’s Firebird, Franz in De La Dance Company’s production of Coppelia, and Escamillo in Deanna Carter’s, Carmen, and Tybalt in Edwaard Liang’s, Romeo and Juliet.
In addition to his dancing, Roth has also started to develop his talent as a choreographer. He has set work on Bay Pointe Ballet and American Youth Ballet in Kansas City.
He is very excited to begin his second season with Ballet San Anotnio
Get to know Alec
If you were not a dancer, what would you be? Architect.
What is the best career advice you have ever received? What motivated me the most was someone saying “You should go to college because you’ll never be a professional dancer.”
What do you like to do when you’re not working? Cross-train and choreograph.