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Audrey Malek is a dancer with the Pacific Northwest Ballet, and is an upcoming model with Dollhouse Management (mother agency). She has been interviewed and published in POINTE Magazine and the New York Times, has been on the cover of District Fray Magazine, and has been featured in numerous dancewear catalogs.
Born in Seattle, Washington, Audrey lived in Sultan for the first 4 years of her life. Then, her family made a big trip across the country, and Gilmanton, New Hampshire became her home for the rest of her upbringing. Starting to take dance classes at summer camps at the age of 4/5, her mother enrolled her in a year-round dance school when she was 6, where she learned and performed many genres of dance, including ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, modern, musical theatre, and contemporary. At 12 years old, Audrey attended her first ballet summer intensive audition for Dance Theatre of Harlem, and got in! From that point on she would also attend Ellison Ballet, American Ballet Theatre NYC, and The Washington School of Ballet's summer programs, with other acceptances including the School of American Ballet and the Bolshoi Ballet's NYC/Moscow intensives.
In 2016, Audrey received a full scholarship to The Washington School of Ballet's summer intensive, and subsequently got an acceptance on another full scholarship to their year-round school. By the end of the school year she got a promotion to the Trainee program, received a Studio Company contract in 2018, and was offered a promotion to the main company in the spring of 2022. She is delighted to continue her journey as a new corps de ballet member with Pacific Northwest Ballet for their 2022-2023 season.
Featured Repertoire with The Washington Ballet:
"Giselle" Choreography after Jules Perrot and Jean Coralli with additional staging and choreography by Julie Kent and Victor Barbee - Myrtha (Principal Role)
"Beethoven Serenade" by Jessica Lang - (Principal Role)
"Where Do We Go Now" by Mthuthuzelli November - (Principal Role)
Photo credits: Xmbphotography
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