Jeremy Rohm

Corps de Ballet


San Antonio, Texas

Joined BSA:

Promoted to Corps de Ballet in 2020

Jeremy is a native of San Antonio and began his dance training at age four at Ballet San Antonio Academy before moving to Ballet Arts School. At the age of 13, he joined Alamo Arts Ballet Theatre where he performed roles such as the White Rabbit, the Rose King, and the Walrus in their productions of Alice! A Ballet Wonderland and in Dvorak Tone Pictures and Dido and Aeneas in collaboration with Alamo City Opera.

In 2014, Rohm continued his dance training at Quenedit Ballet School and became a member of Quenedit Ballet Theatre in 2015 where he performed such roles as The Nutcracker, Snow King, Mouse King, Spanish and Arabian in their annual performance of The Nutcracker.

Rohm joined Ballet San Antonio as an Apprentice in 2017 and was promoted to Corps de Ballet in 2020.

His repertoire includes Tweedle Dum and the Jack of Spades in Alice in Wonderland by Brian Enos and Snow King, Arabian and Russain in The Nutcracker by Easton and Haley Smith.

Rohm enjoys performing as a guest dancer when he is not performing with Ballet San Antonio. Most recently he has appeared with the Woodlawn Theatre in their award-winning production of Oklahoma as Dream Curly, in Carmina Burana with St. Philip’s College, and as the male lead in Alamo Arts Ballet Theatre’s The Dancing Princesses.