Julie King

Julie King

Dancer
Julie trained with David Taylor Dance Theatre, and went on to train at Virginia School of the Arts under Petrus Bossman, Martha Faesi and Kris Cangelosi. She received the prestigious Dame Margo Fonteyn award upon graduation. Before joining BNC, Julie danced with Ballet Austin, where she was featured in Steven Mills’ The Nutcracker, as well as with Nashville Ballet, where she danced roles in Romeo and Juliet, Robin Hood, and Giselle. At BNC, she has danced leading roles in Garrett Ammon’s Once Was a Time I Thought, Love of My Life, A Stitch in Time, Love in the Digital Age and Carry On. Julie has also performed in Joshua Blake Carter’s Mothertongue and Ma Cong’s Passion, There.