Resume

Adam StillDate of Birth:  08/18/87
Citizenship:  United States
Height:  5ft. 8in.

Employment History

  • Present: Freelance Artist
  • 2014-2015:  Ballet Met, Edwaard Liang, Artistic Director
  • 2009-2014:  Soloist w/Colorado Ballet, Gil Boggs, Artistic Director
  • 2007-2008:  Milwaukee Ballet, Michael Pink, Artistic Director
  • 2006-2007:  Eugene Ballet, Toni Pimble, Artistic Director

Dance Training

  • 2004-2006: The Harid Conservatory, Gordon Wright, director
    Full tuition scholarship

    Teachers:  Olivier Pardina, Svetlana Osiyeva
  • 2001-2004: Kansas City Ballet School, Karen Brown, director

Performance Experience

2015

  • “Fancy Free” (Jerome Robbins)
  • “Art of War” (Edwaard Liang)
  • “Jester” Cinderella (Edwaard Liang)

2014  

  • “Cavalier” The Nutcracker (Gerard Charles)
  • “On the Other Side” (Matthew Neenan)
  • “Lovely Together” (Gustavo Ramirez Sansano)
  • “Twisted” (Edwaard Liang, Val Caniparoli)

2013

  • “Prince” The Nutcracker (Martin Fredmann)
  • “Peasant Pas de Deux”  Giselle (Staged by Gil Boggs)
  • “The Chosen One” Rite of Spring (Glen Tetley)
  • Principal Man in Theme and Variations (George Balanchine)
  • “In Pieces” (Val Caniparoli)
  • “Light” (Stephen Mills)

2012

  • “Jewels”  Sleeping Beauty (Staged by Gil Boggs after Marius Petipa)
  • “Bluebird”  Sleeping Beauty (Staged by Gil Boggs after Marius Petipa)
  • “Prince” The Nutcracker (Martin Fredmann)
  • “Archetypes” (Emery Lecrone)
  • “Traveling Alone” (Amy Seiwert)
  • “Embellish” Performed at the Joyce Theatre NYC (Jodie Gates)
  • “Peter Pan” in Peter Pan (Michael Pink)

2011

  • “Prince”  The Nutcracker (Martin Fredmann)
  • “Benno”  Swan Lake (staged by Amanda McKerrow and John Gardner)
  • “Neapolitan” Swan Lake (staged by Amanda McKerrow and John Gardner)
  • “Mercutio” Romeo and Juliet (Alun Jones)

2010

  • “Prince” The Nutcracker (Martin Fredmann)
  • Dracula (Michael Pink)
  • Feast of the Gods (Edward Liang)
  • World Premier, The Faraway (Mathew Neenan)
  • “Green Man” Celts (Lila York)
  • World Premier, Eventually (Brian Reeder)
  • “Little Prince” Beauty and the Beast (Domy Reiter-Soffer)

2009

  • “Prince” The Nutcracker (Martin Fredmann)
  • “Lead Gypsy” Don Quixote, (Staged by Gil Boggs and Sandra Brown)
  • “Men’s duet” Great Galloping Gottschalk (Lynne Taylor Corbett)
  • “Puck” A Midsummer Nights Dream (Peter Anastos)

2008

  • Clair de Lune (Peter Anastos)
  • Aubade (Michael Pink)
  • Galem Galem (Nelly Van Bommel)

2007

  • Hamlet (Stephen Mills)
  • “James” La Sylphide Act II variation
  • World Premier by Yuri Possohkov (75th anniversary Jacobs Pillow Gala)
  • Carnival of the Animals (Toni Pimble)

2006

  • Carmina Burana, corps de ballet (Toni Pimble)
  • Flower Festival in Genzano “Pas de Deux”
  • “Tight Rope”, (Mark Godden)

2005

  • The Nutcracker, “Cavalier”
  • La Bayadere, “The Bronze Idol”
  • “Why Are You Here Today?, (Mark Godden

Summer Programs and Festivals

  • 2007: Jacobs Pillow Festival, Ana Marie Holmes, Director
  • 2005: Pacific Northwest Ballet, Peter Boal, artistic director
    Tuition/housing/travel scholarship
  • 2004: The Harid Conservatory, Gordon Wright, director
    Tuition and housing scholarship
  • 2003: Pacific Northwest Ballet, Francia Russell, artistic director
    Tuition/housing/travel scholarship

Awards and Honors

  • 2009: New York International Ballet Competition competitor
  • 2006: Graduated from The Harid Conservatory
  • 2005: Rudolf Nureyev  Education Fellowship, The Nureyev Foundation
  • 2005: Dance Study Award, The Harid Conservatory
  • 2004: Silver Medal, USA International Youth Ballet Competition

References

  • Edwaard Liang, Artistic Director, Ballet Met
  • Gil Boggs, Artistic Director, Colorado Ballet
  • Michael Pink, Artistic Director, Milwaukee Ballet
  • Toni Pimble, Artistic Director, Eugene Ballet
  • Gordon Wright, Director, The Harid Conservatory