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Georgina Pazcoguin “The Rogue Ballerina”

“The Rogue Ballerina” is a soloist with New York City Ballet. Cofounder of diversity initiative “Final Bow For Yellowface” Georgina is breaking glass ceilings in the world of Ballet. Celebrating a 18 year career with world renown New York City Ballet, she aims to be named the company's first female Asian American Principal dancer. A steadily rising star, she is an ambassador of her art form across the platforms of Ballet, Broadway, and Film. Known as the "The Rogue Ballerina" she empowers those not fitting the "balletic ideal stereotype" with her story of success and rise through the ranks of NYCB. She most recently can be seen on stage at David H. Koch Theater and on TV in the hit Fosse/Verdon tv series. In addition to her many credits including award winning film “New York Export Opus Jazz”, Ivy in the revival of “On the Town” and originating the role of Victoria in the 2016 revival of “Cats”, Georgina is a passionate activist for foundation The Orphaned Starfish, using ballet as a universal language tool raising awareness and impacting social change.

Age Range

20s, 30s, 40s

Gender Identity

Female

ETHNICITY - IDENTITY AND/OR APPEARANCE

Multi-Ethnicity, Asian: Southeast Asian, Latinx: White, White: Eastern European, White: Mediterranean

Race - Identity

Asian, Multi-Racial, Oceania/Pacific Islander

Languages

English

Union Status

SAG-AFTRA, Equity

Drivers License

License

Singer

Singer

Dancer

Professional dancer

Comedy

Improv

City Based

New York City, Los Angeles