Domingo Rubio
Domingo Rubio, the Italian-Mexican modern-day renaissance man who can be seen partnering Neve Campbell in Robert Altman’s film The Company, is a dancer, choreographer, composer, artist, teacher and pianist. With more than 20 years of continuous dance performance in forums all over the world, including as a principal with the Joffrey Ballet, Rubio performs in repertoire roles and neoclassical works that are choreographed specifically for him. His dancing is distinguished by his emotional power and partnering skills, which have earned outstanding prizes and fine critiques as both a performer and a choreographer. Rubio is returning to his iconic role as Count Dracula in Dracula, the original one-act ballet presented by Ballet Quad Cities and choreographed by Deanna Carter. Quad City audiences will remember him for his past performances of Dr. Coppelius in Coppelia and Drosselmeyer in The Nutcracker. For further information about Domingo Rubio, visit his website at www.domingorubio.com