Agency Info

Kylie Victoria Edwards

CESD Talent Agency

Sofia Morrow-Schap

smorrowschap@cesdtalent.com

Height: 5'5''

Weight: 113 lbs

Hair Color: Strawberry Blonde

Eyes Color: Green

DOB: 12/21/1996; US Citizen

Location: New York, NY

About Me

Kylie Victoria Edwards is currently performing with the Broadway National Tour of Anastasia.

She is an actress and theatre performer with a strong classical and balanchine dance background.

Her love for Golden Age and Period Piece based roles knows no bounds, nor does her love for epsomn salt baths and a good book.

 

Kylie grew up in Essex Junction, Vermont and began dancing at the age of three. She trained under Alex and Kirsten Nagiba in a mix of Balanchine and Vaganova based methods, at the Vermont Ballet Theater School. 

 

After spending several summers studying privately with Valentina Kozlova, Kozlova urged her to move to train year round. At fifteen she moved to NYC to pursue ballet professionally, while also attending high school at the Professional Children's School.

She began training with Sara Knight, first British graduate of the Vaganova Academy, at SLK Ballet two years later. She studied with teachers such as Larissa Ponomarenko, Sonia Dawkins, Mikhail Ilyin, and Catharine Batcheller. Kylie graduated from PCS in 2015, with High Honors, and graduated from SLK Ballet in 2016 having completed her Vaganova exams.

 

She has also worked privately with artists such as Irina Dvorovenko, Maxim Beloserkovsky, Joel Prouty, Timothy Lynch, Alexandra Dickson, and Charles Askergard; attending Summer Intensives at Balletmet, Boston Ballet, and Cincinnati Ballet on scholarship.

 

Kylie was offered a contract with City Ballet of San Diego in the fall of 2016. In her first season she was chosen to perform in the corps de ballet of George Balanchine's, "La Source" (set by Eve Lawson), as well as getting to understudy one of the Solo girls in Peter Martins' "Hallelujah Junction" (set by Nilas Martins). Other performance highlights include George Balanchine's "Serenade" (Corps), Betsey Wistrich's "Raymonda," "Carmen," and "Firebird." She's done several Gala's/Festivals; including the 36th Annual Battery Dance Festival, the Alto Jonio Dance Festival in Calabria, Italy in 2014 as a guest artist to honor Edward Villella.

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