Grace Morton

Grace Morton is from Seattle, Washington. She received her early training from Vivian Little and Mary Reardon, school directors of Dance Fremont. In 2010 she began training under the direction of Damara Bennett in Oregon Ballet Theater's professional division. She had the chance to tour to Korea and performed in company productions of George Balanchine's The Nutcracker and Nicolo Fonte's world premiere of Petrushka. Grace joined Ballet Austin II in 2012, and enjoyed performing featured roles in Stephen Mills' Luminaria, Jennifer Hart's Wavemakers, and Nelly Van Bommel's Snow White. After becoming a company member of Ballet Austin, Grace has performed roles in classical ballets such as French and Snow Queen in Stephen Mills' The Nutcracker, Puss 'n Boots in The Sleeping Beauty, and Four Little Swans in Swan Lake. She has also had the pleasure to appear in works choreographed by George Balanchine, Jennifer Hart, Gabriel Lamb, James Gregg, Pam Tanowitz, and Pontus Lidberg. Grace danced in the Performa/Dance's 2014 production, IGNITE, and is thrilled to be working with the company again.