After training at the National Ballet School in Canada and dancing with the American Ballet Studio Company for a year, Curry danced professionally with the American Ballet Theatre for nine years. While at the American Ballet Theatre, she flourished in a variety of different soloist and principal roles. In 2014, Curry received the Jennifer Alexander award from the American Ballet Theatre, recognizing a senior female dancer in the corps de ballet who best represents professionalism, perseverance, and generosity.
Curry can be seen performing in ballet class scenes in the 2010 Oscar award winning film, Black Swan where she was also a coach to Natalie Portman.
Laurie Stallings’ Citizen
Aszure Barton’s One of Three
Balanchine’s Ballo della Regina and Allegro Brilliante
Hermia in Frederick Ashton’s The Dream
A big swan in Kevin McKenzie’s Swan Lake
Her Stepsister in James Kudelka’s Cinderella
A hunt attendant and Sylvia’s Attendant in Ashton’s Sylvia
Leading roles in Paul Taylor’s Company B, Airs, and Black Tuesday
Leading roles in Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room and Baker’s Dozen
Lady Capulet in Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet
The Madame in MacMillan’s Manon
Tall Pas d’Action in Natalia Makarova’s La Bayadère
Nanine in John Neumier’s Lady of the Camellias