Kristy Anne DuBois grew up in New Jersey and studied ballet at the South Jersey Ballet Theatre. After high school, Ms. Dubois moved to NYC to study at The Ailey School in conjunction with the Fordham University BFA program. While there she had the opportunity to learn Horton, Graham, and West African dance techniques. She then accepted a traineeship with the Richmond Ballet. She performed with the Richmond Ballet in Valse Fantasie, Giselle, Sleeping Beauty, Midsummer Night's Dream, and The Nutcracker.
Ms. DuBois moved to Newport, Rhode Island and spent five years dancing with the Island Moving Company. While there, she created the role of "Lucy" in Miki Ohlsen's critically acclaimed ballet Dracula. She also danced in works by Colin Connor, Scott Putman, Carol Somers, and Colleen Cavanaugh. In 2011, Ms. DuBois moved to Boston to dance with Jose Mateo's Ballet Theatre, and had the opportunity to dance Principal roles in many of Mr. Mateo's original ballets as well as the "Sugar Plum Fairy" in The Nutcracker. She has been a guest artist with the Spindle City Ballet and the Patrick Notaro Dance Project where she has danced in the pas de trois from Swan Lake; the grand pas de deux from Act III of Sleeping Beauty; and "The Accompanist", a contemporary ballet pas de deux by Kelly Anne Sloan. Ms. DuBois' dance achievements include being named a "Finalist" in the 2011 Sibiu International Ballet and Contemporary Dance Competition in Sibiu, Romania. Ms. DuBois is excited to begin her first season as an Artist with Festival Ballet Providence.