David Guggino began his training at the age of five in New Jersey and quickly moved on to training and professionally performing by the age of twelve in Philadelphia with the youth professional musical theater troupe, The Rainbow Company. While performing he also trained with Rennie Harris and pure movement, an internationally acclaimed Hip-Hop company and Philadanco with Donald Lunsforth. At eighteen he moved to New York City and attended Marymount Manhattan University training under the direction of Katie Langan, Jim Sutton, Nancy Lushington and Anthony Ferro in Ballet, Jazz, and modern, performing works by Louis Falco and Chet Walker in the style of Fosse and post-modern. He soon joined Momix, under the direction of Moses Pendleton, while still attending the Joffrey/New School from which he received his B.F.A. where he studied under David Howard, Francios Perron and John Magnus in Ballet, partnering and Men’s Variations. While dancing professionally David taught at various studios and intuitions such as, Steps on Broadway, Reebok Sports Club, American Ballet Studio, Ballet School of Stamford, Harbor Ballet, Stagedoor, and Fazio Dance Center, teaching Jazz, Contemporary, Contemporary Ballet, Contemporary Jazz, Partnering and Modern. He has taught master classes at CW Post College, Variations and Ballet School at Stamford.
Performance credits include Bobby Fisher in the dance play Ward 9 in the New York Musical Theater Festival directed by Mat Williams, West Side Story at TUTS directed by Alan Johnson, Damn Yankees at the North Shore Music Theater directed by Barry Ivan, and Grease! at the Kansas City Starlight Theater Directed by Barry Ivan. Company credits include Momix (National/International Tour) directed by Moses Pendleton, Joffrey Ensemble directed by Eli Lazar, Chase Brock Experience directed by Chase Brock, Rebecca Kelly Ballet direct by Rebecca Kelly, Eglevsky Ballet directed By Ali Pouraki. David Has been featured at the Joyce Theater, the Fire Island Dance Festival, and Gypsy of the Year. David has choreographed and produced his first off-Broadway show entitled What Guys Do! . His choreography credits include West Side Story for the Westhill School, Rocky Horror for BackPocket Productions, Sid in the City at the New Dance Group created and self-produced, he has been commissioned by CW Post Long Island University to create We were always coming back, a new rock ballet performed at Symphony Space and Virus. His movie credits include, Fly the Light, Produce by Dancelens, director Domique Polombo, and Them director Mathew Debate. Other commissioned works include Idol Giselle, performed at Choreographers Canvas, How Strong, Conversations, The Life, Sid n” the city excerpts, What Guys Do Excerpts, Cosmic, and Opposing Forces. His most recent work A Beautiful Sadness is being premiered and produced by the Muse theater.