Dallas has charmed audiences on four continents as a soloist with the Zurich Ballet, an artist with Morphoses: The Christopher Wheeldon Company, and a member of The National Ballet of Canada. His repertoire includes soloist roles within works by choreographers such as David Allan, George Balanchine, Mauro Bigonzetti, Nacho Duato, James Kudelka, Sir Kenneth Macmillan, Alexei Ratmansky, and Christopher Wheeldon. Dallas has performed the roles of “Rothbart” in Heinz Spoerli’s Swan Lake, “Gamache” in Spoerli’s Don Quixote, and a Lead Couple in Eliot Feld’s “Intermezzo.” He has also danced in the full evening work Artifact Suite by William Forsythe.
Dallas credits his achievements to his training at the Kirov Academy of Ballet, School of American Ballet, San Francisco Ballet School, Dallas Metropolitan Ballet, the professional jazz studios of New York and Los Angeles, and, of course, his roots in jazz at Texas’s own Top Hat Dance Center.
Currently, Dallas is Tulsa Ballet's Company Manager. After spending more than ten years dancing professionally, he now contributes to the art form on "the other side". He also serves on the board of DFW-based Dark Circles Contemporary Dance.