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David DuBois began his formal dance training in high school at the Pinellas County Center for the Arts (PCCA) in St. Petersburg Florida. During that time, David competed in the Youth America Grand Prix dance competition in Boca Raton, Florida and was awarded 1st place in modern dance. Upon graduation, David attended the Boston Conservatory and shortly thereafter left the Conservatory to begin his professional career in 2003 with Jose Mateo’s Ballet Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts. There he danced corps de ballet, pas de deux, and principle variations in Mateo's ballets, including the roles of Nutcracker Prince, Snow Prince, Arabian pas de deux, Russian Trepak, and Cavalier in Mateo's The Nutcracker. In the spring of 2007, he joined the Island Moving Company in Newport, Rhode Island. There David originated roles in various new works and danced the title role in IMC’s critically acclaimed original staging of Dracula as well as the role of Cavalier Prince in the Newport Nutcracker at Rosecliff. While in New England, David has worked as a guest performer and teacher at various dance studios and has regularly performed the role of Cavalier Prince in Connecticut Concert Ballet's and the Spindle City Ballet's Nutcracker productions. Recently, David was accepted to be part of the annual Sibiu International Ballet and Contemporary Dance Competition held in Sibiu Romania as a non-competing pas de deux partner, helping his competing partner achieve the gold. He also recently performed a contemporary pas de deux choreographed by Kelly Ann Sloane and the Sleeping Beauty Wedding pas de deux in the Patrick Notaro Dance Project. David is very excited to be joining American Repertory Ballet for its 2011-2012 season.
Recently, David was accepted to be part of the annual Sibiu International Ballet and Contemporary Dance Competition held in Sibiu Romania as a non-competing pas de deux partner, helping his competing partner achieve the gold.
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