Suzette Boyer Webb
Adjunct Instructor of Ballet
Suzette Boyer Webb--Cincinnati Ballet II, Company Manager and Children’s Ballet Mistress--is a former Principal dancer with Cincinnati Ballet. Recently, she has choreographed several works for the Cincinnati Ballet’s Second Company in collaboration with the Cincinnati Pops for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s Lumenocity Event and staged the Children’s roles in Victoria Morgan’s Nutcracker in Anchorage, AK for Alaska Dance Theater.
Boyer has been the recepient of UC's Outstanding Adjunct Teacher of the Year award and has served as both the Coordinator of The CCM Preparatory Dance Program and the Director of the CCM Summer Dance Institute. Suzette began her early training with Tom Adair and Mme. Seda Sorvillo, a pupil of Mikhail Mordkin, the partner of famed ballerina Anna Pavlova. Webb danced under scholarships at The School of American Ballet and the American Ballet Theater School. Working with Cincinnati Ballet under the directorship of David McClain, Frederic Franklin and Ivan Nagy she danced in works by choreographers, Frederic Franklin, Ivan Nagy, George Balanchine, Ruth Page, Peter Anastos, John Butler, Kenneth McMillian, Ben Stevenson, Vincente Nebrada, James Truitte and has appeared in the PBS Productions of Ruth Page’s Alice in Wonderland and Billy Sunday.