Sascha Radetsky joined American Ballet Theatre in 1996, became a soloist in 2003, and retired from the company in 2014. He danced as a principal with the Dutch National Ballet, and as a guest principal with Pacific Northwest Ballet, Berlin Staatsballett, Ballet San Jose, Ballet do Theatro Municipal of Rio de Janeiro, and the Mongolian State Theatre of Ballet. He has choreographed for Bucknell University, lectured at UCSB, AMDA College, and the ABT JKO School, and taught at the ABT Studio Company and the Youth America Grand Prix. He is a repetiteur-in-training for The Antony Tudor Ballet Trust. He has written for Vogue.com, Dance Magazine, Dance Spirit, and Newsweek. He starred in the film Center Stage and in Starz television’s Flesh and Bone.
Untitled book project
At the Center Radetsky hopes to mine his own experience as a professional dancer for fiction, and enter a new adventure with ballet on the page.