Screen Shot 2018 11 07 at 3.22.06 PMMichael James
Choreographer, The Cadets

Michael James, born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida, graduated from the University of South Florida, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Modern Dance Performance. After college, he performed in the American Stage Company's "Shakespeare in the Park" Series for five seasons, as well as danced and choreographed for the Children's Theater Tour.

Michael was a scholarship student at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival in Beckett, Massachusetts, where he studied under Linda Kent and Carolyn Adams. He also danced with The Men Dancers of Jacob's Pillow International Touring Company, which allowed him to dance and teach in St. Petersburg, Russia. In addition, he was a member of The Repertory Dance Theatre of Utah.

As a color guard designer and choreographer, Michael has worked with Cypress Creek HS, Seminole HS, Tarpon Springs HS, Union HS (OK) Timber Creek HS, Freedom HS, Father Ryan HS (TN), Dobyns Bennett HS (TN), John Overton HS (TN), The Company Winter Colour Guard, Woodlands Colleg Park (TX), Spring HS (TX), Kennesaw Mountain HS (GA), Miamisburg HS (OH), Pope HS (GA), Center Grove HS (IN), U.S.F. Winter Guard, and Northmont HS (OH). He is also currently on staff with the Santa Clara Vanguard, The Crossmen, Oviedo HS, Sunlake HS (FL), and University HS (Orlando), He previously has worked with the Phantom Regiment, The Cavaliers, Madison Scouts, and Mandarins.

Michael's choreography has also been viewed at Pleasure Island with the Pleasure Island Explosion Dancers, University of Central Florida's Starlet Knights Danceline, University of South Florida's Herd of Thunder Marching Band and winter guard, 1999's Orlando Fringe Festival, and numerous other high schools and colleges around the country.

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