- George Balanchine’s The Prodigal Son (Siren), Agon (pas de deux), Coppélia (War and Discord, Dawn)
- William Forsythe’s Blake Works I, In the Middle Somewhat Elevated, Pas/Parts 2018, and Playlist (EP)
- Jorma Elo’s Fifth Symphony of Jean Sibelius
- Marius Petipa’s The Sleeping Beauty (Pas de Trois)
- Jerome Robbins’ Interplay, Glass Pieces
- Mikko Nissinen’s The Nutcracker (Sugar Plum Fairy, Dew Drop, Arabian Coffee, Snow Queen)
- Paulo Arrais’ ELA Rhapsody in Blue
- Justin Peck’s In Creases.
Fentroy began her dance training with her mother, Ruth Fentroy, in Los Angeles.
As a scholarship student at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City, she gained early touring experience with the Joffrey Ballet Concert Group.
She then went on to perform as a principal dancer with the Dance Theatre of Harlem under Virginia Johnson, and during her five-year tenure with the company she had the opportunity to perform in Austria, Honduras, Italy, Israel, and Turkey.
Fentroy was featured on the January 2015 cover of Dance Magazine as one of the “25 to Watch,” and she received the Princess Grace Honoraria Award in dance in 2016. In 2018, she was recognized as one of WBUR’s “ARTery 25”, which recognizes influential artists of color in the Boston area.
Her recent creative collaborations include the development of the Color Our Future Mentorship Program at Boston Ballet, a choreographic film for Boston Ballet with film company Bear Walk at the Liberty Hotel, and a limited-edition shoe design with Rothy’s.