Fry Adrian


Classical Ballet / Artist

Born: Omaha, Nebraska
Joined Ballet West: 2010

Current Repertoire: Jiří Kylián’s Sinfonietta; “Third Campaign” in George Balanchine’s Stars and Stripes; John Butler’s Carmina Burana; “Mouse King,” “Spanish,” and “Russian” in Willam Christensen’s The Nutcracker; “The King” and “Fairy of Kindness Cavalier” in Adam Sklute’s newly conceived and produced The Sleeping Beauty.

Training: Omaha Theater Ballet School, School of American Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet School, all on full scholarship.

Notable Roles: With Oregon Ballet Theatre, Fry performed leading roles in George Balanchine\'s Apollo, Emeralds, and The Four Temperaments; William Forsythe\'s The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude; and Trey McIntyre\'s Speak and Like a Samba. He also appeared in lead roles in James Kudelka\'s Hush, Nicolo Fonte\'s Bolero, and Christopher Stowell\'s Rite of Spring. Additional roles include the “Pas de Quatre” in The Sleeping Beauty, Act I and Act III “Pas de Trois,” as well as “Von Rothbart,” in Swan Lake; and “Lysander” in A Midsummer Night\'s Dream.

Additional Information: Adrian has also appeared as a guest artist with Ballet Victoria in British Columbia where he performed in Paul Destrooper\'s Carmina Burana, as well as excerpts from Balanchine\'s Apollo and Who Cares?

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