BRITTANY POLLACK

Featured Roles Since Joining NYCB

George Balanchine
  • Coppélia (Waltz)
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream (Butterfly)
  • George Balanchine's The Nutcracker™ (Sugarplum Fairy, Dewdrop, Marzipan, Hot Chocolate, Flowers, Dolls)
  • Raymonda Variations
  • Scotch Symphony
  • Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2
  • La Valse
Mauro Bigonzetti
  • Vespro
Peter Martins
  • Bal de Couture
  • A Fool for You
  • Romeo + Juliet
  • The Sleeping Beauty (Eloquence, Emerald, Princess Florine)
  • Swan Lake (Pas de Trois)
Angelin Preljocaj
  • La Stravaganza
Jerome Robbins
  • 2 & 3 Part Inventions
  • The Concert
  • Dances at a Gathering
  • Interplay
  • Glass Pieces
Christopher Wheeldon
  • Carnival of the Animals
  • Carousel (A Dance)
  • DGV: Danse à Grande Vitesse
  • Mercurial Manoeuvres
  • Polyphonia
  • Soirée Musicale (NYCB Premiere)

originated featured roles in

  • Ashley Bouder: Give Me Fever
  • Jiří Bubeníček: Toccata
  • Justin Peck: Belles-LettresCapricious Maneuvers, In Creases

Originated corps roles in

  • Christopher d'Amboise: Tribute (NYCB Premiere)
  • Peter Martins: Ocean's Kingdom
  • Justin Peck: Paz de la Jolla, Year of the Rabbit

Brittany Pollack is from Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey. She attended summer courses at the School of American Ballet, the official school of New York City Ballet, in 2001 and 2002, enrolling as a full time student that fall. In June 2006, Ms. Pollack was asked to become an apprentice with New York City Ballet and joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in February 2007. She was promoted to soloist in February 2013.

Film Credits

Ms. Pollack appeared in the film NY EXPORT: OPUS JAZZ, a scripted adaptation of the Jerome Robbins ballet of the same name, which aired on PBS and won an Audience Award at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival.

Other Performances

Ms. Pollack performed the role of Clara in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular in 2001. She can also be seen in the feature film Camp and has appeared on The David Letterman Show.

Portrait © Paul Kolnik