Alice Klock began dancing at age 11. She trained at Interlochen Arts Academy from 2003–07, and in Alonzo King LINES Ballet and Dominican University of California’s joint BFA program from 2007–09. Klock then joined Hubbard Street 2 in September 2009 and was promoted to the main company in September 2011. Klock creates original works in watercolor, oil paint, and mixed media as a visual artist; as a choreographer, she has contributed to the Nexus Project, Loyola University, and Visceral Dance Chicago, in addition to premiering work through Hubbard Street’s danc(e)volve: New Works Festival, International Commissioning Project, and annual Inside/Out Choreographic Workshop. To learn more visit klockonian.tumblr.com
SOME OF ALICE'S FAVORITES:
Summer Activity: Visiting my family and going on adventures in the great outdoors.
Play/Musical: Mary Poppins
Food: Apples, Avocados, Quinoa
Article of Clothing: My cowboy boots