Chelsea Endris


United States

Originally from Indiana, Chelsea Endris began her love of dance at her mother's studio, Southern Indiana School for the Arts. At SISA she grew in ballet, tap, jazz, theatre and voice yet knew at a young age that ballet was her passion. She continued to pursue her passion at summer programs with Indiana University Jacob School of Music, Interlochen Arts Academy and American Ballet Theatre. Chelsea graduated from Point Park University Cum Laude where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance with a concentration in Ballet. While on scholarship at the university, she had the privilege of working with prestigious faculty members such as Ruben Graciani, Susan Stowe, Mark Burrell, Judith Leifer-Benz, Jason McDole, Garfield Lamoneus, Shana Simmons, Jay Kirk, Dan Karasik and Matt Pardo. During her time at Point Park University, Chelsea was able to dance a soloist role in Septime Weber's 'Fluctuating Hemlines', Kitri in Susan Stowe's 'Don Quixote' and the lead female soloist in Antony Tudor's 'Continuo'. 

Before joining Cleveland Ballet, Chelsea danced as a guest with the Montgomery Ballet and as a company dancer with Manassas Ballet Theatre. At Manassas Ballet Theatre, she performed many soloist roles including Snow Queen 'The Nutcracker', Myrta in 'Giselle', Queen of the Dryads in 'Don Quixote', Waltz Variation from 'Les Sylphide', Lucy in 'Dracula' and The Fairy Godmother 'Cinderella'. She joined Cleveland Ballet in 2022.

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