All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players” by William Shakespeare, from As You Like It
Joined San Diego Ballet
Zoe received her ballet training at the San Francisco Ballet School and the Academy of Ballet in San Francisco. As a student, she had the opportunity to perform in the San Francisco Ballet’s productions of Giselle and Sleeping Beauty and danced the role of Flower in the Nutcracker. Upon completing her training with the San Francisco Ballet School Zoë accepted a traineeship with the Cincinnati Ballet.
Since joining San Diego Ballet, Zoe has danced several soloist roles including Javier Velasco’s When a Man Loves a Woman.
In the summer of 2012, Zoe was featured in Wahzhazhe, An Osage Ballet in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she performed the principle role in the piece Royalty of the Plains.