Josh Reynolds began his dance training at the age of 12 at Georgia Academy of Dance; he later went on to train at The Rock School in Philadelphia and School of American Ballet in New York. In 2003 he began his career at Atlanta Ballet performing leading roles in Romeo & Juliet, Swan Lake, Sinfonietta Giocosa, The Great Gatsby, and Twyla Tharp’s In The Upper Room. In 2010 Reynolds joined Milwaukee Ballet where he became the youngest artist to ever portray the title role in Michael Pink’s Dracula. He danced various repertoire including new works by Mauro de Candia and Darrell Grand Moultrie.
In the summer of 2011 Reynolds was asked to perform Ashton’s Cinderella pas de deux with Julianne Kepley in Talliin, Estonia as a founding member of Tiit Helimets & Company. Later that same summer he was selected to perform with Dance GrandMoultrie at Summerstage in NY. In 2012 Reynolds joined Smuin Ballet in San Francisco. While at Smuin Ballet, Reynolds performed leading roles in Michael Smuin’s Eternal Idol, Stabat Minor, Jiri Kylian’s Return to a Strange Land, Helen Picket’s Petaland Adam Hougland’s Cold Virtues. As well, he originated in many leading roles in world premieres by choreographer in residence, Amy Seiwart.
Reynolds joined the Royal Winnipeg Ballet as a Second Soloist in 2015 and was promoted to First Soloist at the end of his first season. Since then, he has appeared in such leading roles as The Nutcracker Prince (Nutcracker), Matthew (Moulin Rouge® –The Ballet), Captain Hook (Peter Pan), Bob (Val Caniparoli’s A Cinderella Story), and Rothbart (Swan Lake). Further, Reynolds originated roles in World Premieres by James Kudelka and Peter Quanz.
Georgia Academy of Dance
The Rock School
School of American Ballet