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Jack Easton joined BRB in 2022, and has since been in a variety of BRB classics, such as The Nutcracker and Swan Lake. Jack was born in Florida and trained with The Royal Ballet School, during which time he performed with BRB in Carlos Acosta's Don Quixote.

Recent Graduate of The Royal Ballet School, Jack Easton, has been delighting audiences and critics during the first leg of BRB2’s inaugural season. Jack’s delightful stage presence and considerable technical skills are particularly evident in my Dying Swans, which I have reworked as a duet especially for BRB2.

Carlos Acosta

Birmingham What’s On said that your attention to detail during your performance of Dying Swans was ‘truly breathtaking’ – how does that make you feel?

I feel really flattered and happy to hear that my performance was received well. I have been working really hard so, to know that someone actually thought it was good makes me feel satisfied. I think that statements like that help to further motivate the work that we all do.

Image: Jack Easton and Regan Hutsell performing Dying Swans in BRB2's inaugural tour. © Johan Persson.

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