Alec Lytton

Alec Lytton

Title: Special Lecturer
Dept/Program: School of Dance, Theatre, and Arts Administration


ALEC LYTTON is a special Lecturer in the University of Akron’s School of Dance, Theatre, and Arts Administration where he teaches ballet and modern dance. He also teaches at the University’s Dance Institute and at 8 Count Dance in Green. From 2006 to 2013 he taught and performed in the San Francisco Bay area, with important roles as a company member of Liss Fain Dance, where he was a member of its international touring company. He was a principal guest artist for Menlowe Ballet, Peninsula Ballet, and he performed for Oakland Ballet. He was an instructor at Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Alameda Ballet Academy, and the Academy of American Ballet in the Bay area. For four seasons he was a principal dancer for Company C Contemporary Ballet, and danced works of Twyla Tharp, David Parsons, Paul Taylor, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, Patrick Corbin, and Charles Anderson. From 2003-2000, he was a soloist with the world renowned Metropolitan Opera Ballet Company at Lincoln Center in New York. He received his BFA in Dance from the Boston Conservatory, and did his early training at The Houston Ballet Academy where upon completion was asked to join the company where he danced for one season. He also attended the prestigious High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, Texas.


Modern I7900 120,

Modern II7900 122,

Ballet V7900 222,

Ballet VI7900 225,

Ballet IV7920 403,

Special Topics in Dance 7900 403,

Ballet I7900 124,

Ballet II7900 125,

Ballet VII7900 322,

Ballet VIII 422,