David DuBois began his formal dance training at the Pinellas County Center for the Arts in St. Petersburg Florida. While there, he competed in the Boca Raton regional YAGP competition earning 1st place in modern dance. Mr. DuBois studied at the Boston Conservatory with Luis Fuentes, Laszlo Berdo, Sean Curran and Daniel Pelzig. Mr. DuBois began his professional career in 2003 with Jose Mateo’s Ballet Theater, and had the opportunity to dance many principal roles in Mr. Mateo’s original works and the Cavalier in “Nutcracker”. Mr. DuBois joined the Island Moving Company in 2007 where he had the opportunity to work with many choreographers including Colin Conner, Scott Putman, and Colleen Cavanaugh. Mr. DuBois originated the title role in Miki Ohlsen’s critically acclaimed “Dracula”. Mr. DuBois has worked as a principal guest artist at Connecticut Concert Ballet, Spindle City Ballet, and the Patrick Notaro Dance Project. Mr. DuBois joined American Repertory Ballet for the 2011/2012 season, and performed the title role of “Romeo” in Artistic Director Douglas Martin’s realization of the ballet Romeo & Juliet. He returned to Jose Mateo’s Ballet Theater in the Fall of 2012 dancing many principal roles with his wife, Kristy Anne DuBois. This is his second season with FBP.