Harry Feril is a native of Dallas and a graduate of Southern Methodist University Meadows School of the Arts in Dance Performance. He is also a proud alumnus of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dance. At both schools, Feril performed in many distinguished works created by renowned choreographers/companies such as Robert Battle, Pilobolus, Troy Powell, Jessica Lang, and the SMU and BTWHSPVA faculties. While in high school he performed in Westside Story the musical at Lyric stage, staged by Grover Dale, Feril played the role of Diesel. While in high school and college he also was cast in both a Chili’s and Chuck-E-Cheese TV commercials. As a guest artist, he has performed with the Dallas Metropolitan Ballet, Young choreographers Showcase in NYC, Dallas Repertoire Ballet. He has been dancing with the Bruce Wood Dance Project since Season 1, 2011, where he was able to dance with the company internationally in Seoul, South Korea. Feril has also toured as a dancer/choreographer for the Mary Kay Conventions for 6 years.