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MUCUY BOLLES

Born in Komchen, Mexico, Mucuy Bolles’ career spans over 26 years during which she has performed as a soloist and principal dancer with many companies including the Feld Ballet, Zvi Dance, Complexions, Elisa Monte Dance, Buglisi/Foreman Dance, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Broadway credits include The Red Shoes, The King and I, and The Lion King. Teaching credits include Marlboro College, Putney School, Eliot Feld’s Ballet Tech, Judge and Master Teacher for the Youth American Grand Prix and coach for the New York International Ballet Competition.

Her most recent performances were as Sleeping Beauty in Lar Lubovitch’s retelling of the ancient tale entitled The Black Rose, which premiered at the Joyce Theater in NYC in October of 2014. Ms. Bolles lives in Southern Vermont where she teaches locally and is co-owner of Three Stones Mayan Mexican Cocina for which she and her husband Chris Makay are 2017 James Beard semifinalists for Best Chef of the Northeast.

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