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Sage Humphries was born and raised in southern California. Her formative training includes Dance Academy SoCal, School of American Ballet summers, Dmitri Kulev Classical Ballet Academy, and the Sarasota Cuban Ballet School. Sage was a Youth America Grand Prix winner at the Denver regionals in 2015.
She has choreographed two original ballets for the Boston Ballet ChoreograpHER Initiative and one for the Boston Calling Music Festival.
Her repertoire includes Sir Frederick Ashton’s Cinderella, George Balanchine’s Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto, Chaconne, Haieff, Prodigal Son, Coppélia, Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2, Agon, Serenade, and Allegro Brillante, August Bournonville’s La Sylphide, John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet, Jorma Elo’s Fifth Symphony of Jean Sibelius and Carmen, William Forsythe’s Artifact 2017, Pas/Parts, Blake Works I, Approximate Sonata, Défilé (world premiere), Nanine Linning’s La Mer (world premiere), Ivan Liska’s Le Corsaire, Mikko Nissinen’s The Nutcracker (Dew Drop, Arabian, Pastorale, Spanish) and Swan Lake (Tall Swans), Justin Peck’s Everywhere We Go, Marius Petipa’s The Sleeping Beauty (Pas de Trois, Enchanted Garden Fairy), Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot’s Giselle (adapted by Larissa Ponomarenko), and Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces and Fancy Free.
Humphries graduated in 2023 from Northeastern College of Professional Studies program with a degree in Business Leadership. She is also an activist for sexual assault survivors in the dance community.
Humphries joined Boston Ballet II in 2016 and was promoted to artist of the Company in 2017. She was promoted to second soloist in 2023.