Corps de Ballet
Joshua Jack Price
Pronouns/ Social Media
Amanda Bollinger Dance Academy
The Dance Centre
San Francisco Ballet School Trainee Program
San Francisco Ballet
Named apprentice in 2018
Joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in 2019
Don Quixote (Seguidilla, Gitanos, Fandango)
Harmony (originated principal)
Nutcracker (Party Guests, Jack-in-the-box, Dancing Dolls, Spanish, Arabian, Russian, and Bear)
Romeo & Juliet (Citizens of Verona, Ballroom Men, and Monks)
Swan Lake (Pas de Trois, Aristocrat, Peasant, Neapolitan Man, Russian Man)
The Fifth Season
Sleeping Beauty (Polonaise)
Diamonds (Finale) (Corps)
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Courtiers)
Stars & Stripes (Men's Regiment)
Symphony in C (4th movement)
La Slyphide (Reel Couples)
Blake Works I
Mrs. Robinson (originated ensemble)
The Big Hunger
Sandpaper Ballet (Ensemble)
The Rising (originated corps)
The Seasons (Water Men)
The Promised Land (originated soloist and ensemble)
Cinderella (Puppeteers, Spirit of Autumn/Mystery corps, Gnomes, and Courtiers)
Stars & Stripes (Principal)
- Won the gold medal at the Genée International Ballet Competition, Sydney, Australia, 2016.
- Finalist at the Prix de Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 2017.
- Awarded the Sydney Eisteddfod Ballet Scholarship in 2016.
What inspired you to keep dancing during the COVID-19 lockdown?
The feeling of being on stage and also how much dancing took my mind of the state of the world.
Who are some of your favorite choreographers to work with at SF Ballet?
A few of my highlights so far has been: Helgi Tomasson for Harmony, Christopher Wheeldon for Finale Finale, Trey McIntyre for The Big Hunger and Dwight Rhoden for The Promised Land.
What do you like to do for fun in San Francisco?
I have an electric skateboard that I love to cruise around on if the weather permits. It’s also my means of transport!
If you weren’t a dancer, what would your job be?
I would definitely see myself as a physical therapist or sports dietician.
What are you looking forward to in the 2023 Season?
The new works festival and revisiting Romeo and Juliet since we didn’t get to perform it in our season in 2020.