From that moment on, I was a fan of the power couple. And not just in the "oh, I like them" way; in the "I'm going to choose what ballet to see based on what roles they're dancing" kind of way because it's worth doing. Not to mention Adiarys and Joseph are dating, which makes their lifestyle all the more adorable and intriguing to us dance enthusiasts.
It's a pleasure and an honor to have the opportunity to conduct an online interview with one of my role models, Miss Adiarys.
With a wide variety of roles and awards under your belt, what are your goals and aspirations as a dancer from here on out?
I just want to keep growing and become the best artist i can be and make every performance special in a different way. I want to touch people heart with my art and drive them to a different world.
Mentally, it was very hard for me because I felt I was at their principal level, technically and artistically. I constantly saw dancers getting promoted and fired within the same year and I didn't want to live with that stress for the rest of my career. Every year to me was a big question of whether or not I would have my job back. My boyfriend felt the same way so we both decided to take a break from company life and go on a freelancing adventure together. We resigned from Boston Ballet last February [February of 2013]. It's funny because after that, in a period of three months, Boston Ballet gave me all the principal roles...