Patrick Green returns for his fourth season with Ballet Quad Cities!
Patrick is a native of Washington D.C., where he began his training at age 9 under Mary Day at the Washington School of Ballet. He then trained at Maryland Youth Ballet under Michelle Lees and Tensia Fonseca and at BalletNOVA Center for Dance with Nancie Woods.
He graduated from Butler University with a B.F.A. in Dance Performance in 2013, where he performed works such as The Nutcracker, Giselle, Coppelia, and Paul Taylor's Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rehearsal). Patrick was awarded with a Director's Award for Outstanding Performance while at Butler University. Patrick has also performed with Texture Contemporary Ballet in Perpetual Motion, dancing works by Alan Obuzor, Kelsey Bartman, and Gabriel Smith.
Patrick has had the opportunity to perform several principal roles with Ballet Quad Cities, including Don José in Carmen, Van Helsing in Deanna Carter's Dracula, and the Arabian Lead and Nutcracker Prince in Courtney Lyon's The Nutcracker. He originated the role of Romeo in Lyon's Romeo and Juliet and Prince Ivan in Lyon's The Firebird.