Constance Doyle

Born in Frankfurt, Germany and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Constance trained until age 17 under Gigi Hyatt and Janusz Mazon. At 17 she was invited to study year-round at the School of American Ballet in New York City, where she was thrilled to complete her final years of training. She performed George Balanchine's Serenade, Western Symphony and Valse Fantaisie during the school's Workshop performances, featured in a 2015 PBS Live from Lincoln Center national broadcast. She was repeatedly invited to dance in the annual New York Choreographic Institute and to participate as both dancer and choreographer in SAB's Student Choreographic Workshop. In 2015 she began her Apprenticeship with Ballet Austin, and 2017 was invited to join the main company. At Ballet Austin she has particularly enjoyed dancing the principal couple in Stephen Mill's Touch, George Balanchine's Allegro Brilliante, and was honored to join the company in their month-long tour of China. She is thankful to her parents, whose love and sacrifices made her career possible, and she dances to glorify God and magnify His beauty.

photo by Nadine Latief