Ballet des Amériques

Directed by

Carole Alexis

Genre / Type of Show:



English / French



Audience type:

General audience


Company members:
Isodale Alexis
Carmina Ballesteros
Alison Bartels
Rosella Dunkerley
Corey Mangum
Irene Przywara
Zahra Touijer
Santiago Vargas



Carole Alexis Ballet Theatre / Ballet des Amériques return to Teatro LATEA for their season finale and are excited to collaborate once again with the amazing team of the theater.

The spirited and engaged dancers of the professional company will perform selections of original choreography by Carole Alexis. The rich and eclectic repertoire is sure to delight dance aficionados, casual fans, and those new to dance.


About the Company


Established in 2011, the professional company of Ballet des Amériques / Carole Alexis Ballet Theatre performs extensively throughout the greater New York City area as well as overseas and is committed to developing inclusive dance audiences through choreography and productions of the highest quality. The

company’s sprawling and eclectic repertoire bears choreographer-director Carole Alexis’ distinctive signature and vision, reinvigorating “ballet” for new audiences and dance connoisseurs alike. Ballet des Amériques / Carole Alexis Ballet Theatre is a grantee the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.


Regarding the director


Carole Alexis, a creole woman, is shattering the barriers of societal stereotypes and prejudices as an indomitable female choreographer, director, and master teacher of mixed ethnic and multicultural backgrounds specific to the people of Martinique and the Caribbean. It has been clear for quite sometime now that Carole Alexis created and developed her own signature in dance choreography. Carole Alexis’ artistic work has philosophical depth, emotion, breadth, and worldliness, but is also comprehensive in the way it impacts the community from very young to very old in all kinds of venues and circumstances. Last, but not least, this breadth and comprehensiveness also extends to the diversity of our cultural experience, as her work based in classical ballet, African, and Afro-Caribbean traditional dances fully embraces and draws on her own story and DNA.


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