COLIBRI MCMILLAN started his formal training in 2007 at The Ithaca Ballet, where he would train and perform for several years. At 15, after choosing to pursue a professional career, he moved to New York City and started training at Joffrey Ballet School on full scholarship. He performed notable roles such as Sugar Plum Cavalier and Snow King from The Nutcracker, and Basilio from Don Quixote. At Joffrey, he also honed his contemporary skills, allowing him to perform in an original piece by choreographer Earl Mosley. Colibri’s most recent position was with Cincinnati Ballet’s Professional Trainee Division, where he performed various lead roles including Waltz Man and Elegy Man from George Balanchine’s Serenade, Grande Pas Classic pas de deux, and Puss in Boots from The Sleeping Beauty. Colibri is very excited to start his second season with Ballet Spartanburg.