Paris Wilcox '95
Lecturer in Dance and Movement StudiesRoot Hall 108
Paris began his ballet training at age 6. Matriculating at Hamilton College in the fall of 1991, Paris worked extensively with the Dance Department, performing classical and original works by Leslie Norton, Elaine Heekin, and Bruce Walczyk. He's earned a double concentration in the classics and dance. He accepted a trainee position at The Rock School of Pennsylvania Ballet in Philadelphia, then spent a year with Orlando Ballet and joined Kansas City Ballet, where he danced principal roles throughout his 11-year tenure. He served as the education and public relations coordinator for Ballet Arizona until 2010. Paris appears as a guest artist and teaches classes throughout the country.
Recent Courses Taught
Ballet in the Twentieth Century