Malachi Squires was trained at the Houston Ballet Academy and Marin Dance Theater. Most recently appeared in Day of the Gypsy by Gordon Pierce Schmidt, presented at the Harris Theater, Brigadoon with the Goodman Theater in Chicago, RPM Production's La Journees de Tsiganees and An American Portrait, and Carmen and La Clemenza di Tito at the Chicago Lyric Opera. Mr. Squires’ credits include performing with Les Grandiva Ballets in New York, Seoul and over 70 cities in Japan, with an appearance on National television in the leading male roles in Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, and Sleeping Beauty. He has appeared in numerous works with Fort Worth Dallas Ballet including Four Last Songs and West Side Stories, and he has also danced with Paul Sanasardo, EZ Credit Dance Theater, Lawrence Pech Dance Company. Guest engagements have included the Chicago Civic Ballet, Hilton Head Dance Theater, Rochester Dance Company, and Marin Dance Theater. He has choreographed for Mesopotamia Night Chicago, Dance in the Parks Chicago, Bitteroot Dance Academy, Dance Drama Collaborative, 12 Min. Max Dance Festival, and the Houston Artist of the Year Awards. As a teacher, he has been associated with Joel Hall Dance Center, Minnesota Youth Ballet, a number of schools in the Chicago area and the Houston Arts in Education Program. This is Mr. Squires’ first season with Madison Ballet.