Carolyn Judson moved to Houston, Texas, from Sacramento, California, in 2001 to train at Houston Ballet’s Ben Stevenson Academy. She joined Texas Ballet Theater in 2003, where she has been featured in the title roles of Ben Stevenson’s Romeo and Juliet, Cinderella, The Sleeping Beauty and Cleopatra. She has also performed the principal roles of “Odette/Odile” in Swan Lake, "Kitri" in Don Quixote and "Svetlana" in Dracula, and has enjoyed performing "Waltz Girl" and "Terpsichore" in George Balanchine's Serenade and Apollo. Two of her favorite ballets to perform are Three Preludes and Image, both choreographed by Ben Stevenson. In August of 2012, Ms. Judson had the opportunity to work with Twyla Tharp and dance in her production of Come Fly Away on tour in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan. This is Carolyn's eleventh season with Texas Ballet Theater.