Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Max Caro began his dance training at Nashville Ballet. At the age of 15, Mr. Caro was accepted to Kirov Academy in Washington D.C., where he graduated with academic and artistic honors. Since joining Texas Ballet Theater in 2007, Mr. Caro has performed Amour in Don Quixote, the Jester in Cinderella, Pas de Trois in Swan Lake and Pas de Quarte in Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s Gloria.
Where are you from?
When did you begin dancing?
Why did you join Texas Ballet Theater?
I wanted to work with Ben.
What is your favorite ballet to see?
What is your favorite ballet to perform/what is your favorite role you have performed?
Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet
What surprised you the most about being a professional dancer?
That I would end up marrying a dancer.
What is your most memorable vacation?
What sound do you love?
Sound of birds singing
What other talents do you have besides dancing?
If you could have a vacation home, where would it be?
Use one word to describe the feeling after dancing the last performance of The Nutcracker:
What is your favorite meal?
What’s one thing you believe is necessary to be a great performer?
To be in it