Alexander MacFarlan - Ballet West, Corps de Ballet

Born: Nashville, Tennessee

Joined Ballet West II: 2007
Joined Ballet West: 2009

Training: The School of Nashville Ballet under former Ballet West Dancer Adam Sage. He continued his training at Ballet Met as a trainee under Gerald Charles and Susan Dromisky.

Favorite Roles: Nicolo Fonte's Bolero, Jiri Kylian's Petite Mort and Sinfonietta, and George Balanchine's Agon.

Notable Roles: Second Theme from George Balanchine's The Four Temperaments and the First Pas de Deux from Tom Mattingly's 2010 world premiere work Fall Into Loving Arms. Alexander considers his favorite performances to be "Bottom" in Sir Frederick Ashton's The Dream, "Bransle Pas de Trois" in Balanchine's Agon, and Jiri Kylian's Sinfonietta.