Jacqueline Dugal is a Queens based dancer, choreographer, and educator originally from West Palm Beach, Florida. She received her BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from The University of South Florida in Tampa, moved to NYC in 2015 and launched Dugal Dance Projects in 2016. Jacqui has studied and performed abroad in France, Italy, Trinidad & Tobago, and Mexico. In New York, she has performed with The Von Howard Project, Roschman Dance Company, Michiyaya Dance, and Impact Movement Collective. Her choreographic work has been showcased in France, Florida, New York, North Carolina, and Trinidad in various festivals and showcases including the COCO International Dance Festival. Jacqui has been commissioned by the Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation, The International Human Rights Arts Festival, and awarded Director’s Choice at Spoke The Hub’sWinter Follies 2016. Selected for Mare Nostrum Elements Emerging Choreographer’s Series as a 2016 participant and selected as the Returning Choreographer in 2017 and is a Queens Council on the Arts 2017 grant awardee. She is also currently choreographing for an original immersive theatre production, Prettiest Boy in the USA.