DWIGHT RHODEN DESMOND RICHARDSON
Kris Nobles started training at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy in 2001. In 2006, Kris won the Tanzolymp Danz Festival in Berlin, Germany competing in classical ballet. During the following year, Mr. Nobles performed a solo and received a bronze medal from Queen Elizabeth’s II youngest son, Prince Edward and former California governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger for participating in the “Duke of Edinburgh’s Young Americans Challenge.” In 2008, he was asked by H.R.H, Prince Edward, to perform for his visit to California, to celebrate the second annual “Young Americans Challenge”. During that same year, Kris was featured in Paramount Pictures “Dance Flick” as a principal dancer. After DADA, Kris continued his studies in classical ballet at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts under the direction of American Ballet Theatre’s principal dancer, Ethan Stiefel. During which he performed leading roles in Ethan Stiefiel’s “Nutcracker”, George Balanchine’s “Symphonia Concertante”, Jerome Robbin’s “Fanfare”, and Larry Keigwin’s “Kingdom” just to name a few. Mr Nobles joined Complexions in 2011.