Will Robichaud

Ballet San Antonio

Home State:
South Carolina

Joined BSA:

Originally from South Carolina, Will started dancing at Ballet Spartanburg where he trained with Carlos Agudelo and Lona Gomez. He finished his training at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School and then spent one season with Ballet Spartanburg before joining Eugene Ballet. 

After five seasons with Eugene Ballet, he joined Ballet San Antonio as a Soloist for the 2022-23 season, where he danced the roles of Cinderella’s Father, Arabian Pas de Deux, Snow King, and Cavalier. He has also enjoyed dancing roles from various choreographers and in many styles throughout his career. Some favorites include works by George Balanchine, Edwaard Liang, Gerard Arpino, and Suzanne Haag. 


When did you start dancing, and why?

I started dancing when I was 6, because I was always at the ballet studio for my sister’s classes. I wanted to do ballet to help prepare for other sports but stuck with ballet. 

What inspires you to be a professional dancer?

My first teacher, Carlos Agudelo, inspired me from a young age. Now as a professional I am constantly inspired by the dedication of my coworkers and all the friends I have in the ballet world.

Why did you choose BSA, and for some both BSA-SBSA?

BSA is a great place to work daily. The whole company works together like a team which keeps everyone striving to be their best. That type of environment is what draws me to BSA.