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is known from her work on So You Think You Can Dance, appearing both as a Season 6 contestant and as an All-Star. Cast as a dancer in the feature film remake of Fame, she soon appeared as the female lead in Step Up Revolution and Dance-Off. Kathryn’s TV credits include Dancing With The Stars, The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, The Kid’s Choice Awards, Dove, Venus Gillette, and a guest-starring role on CSI: Las Vegas. She has worked with artists such as Christina Perri, Vienne, Timbaland, Neyo, John Torres, The Blanks, and Muse. Kathryn’s latest projects include being a principal performer in Ted 2, co-created/appearing in the documentary Like Air, the indie drama Lift Me Up, and choreography for Britt Nicole’s upcoming tour. She is a member of Stacey Tookey’s, “Still Motion”, “Shaping Sound”, “Movement One”, and CLI Studios. Kathryn is a motivator and first had the chance to share that part of her by traveling with The Revolve Tour as a Featured Speaker. She most recently toured with “Shaping Sound” in 2015. Storytelling has been the greatest gift in Kathryn’s life and she is so excited to continue to do so through acting, dance, and/or motivational speaking.
Frequently described as one of the most sought after choreographers in the world, contemporary master teacher Justin Giles began his training at the Southern Strutt dance studio in South Carolina, under the direction of his mother, Nancy Giles. His attention to detail and sense of musicality have been described as both breathtaking and thought provoking. At a young age, Justin was a winner on Star Search as well as Destination Stardom in Hawaii, two of the most prestigious competitions in America at the time. Commonly referred to as a gifted dance educator, he has had the privilege of touring the US with countless A-List dance conventions including LA Dance Magic, Nuvo and Adrenaline Dance Conventions, just to name a few. A highly in-demand master teacher, his award-winning choreography can be seen on hundreds of dance studios and professional companies nationwide and abroad. His signature style of movement has been recently featured on the past 4 seasons of Americas number one TV show, “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Grand Prize Winner of the prestigious Capezio Ace Award & founder of collidEdance company, Erica Sobol is one of Los Angeles’s most sought after choreographers and educators. She has toured the world as a master instructor at Broadway Dance Center NYC/Tokyo, Pineapple London, Studio Harmonic Paris, FnF Dance Festival in Poland, DiAmbra Dans Stockholm, Skip Entertainment on Guam, and the Mediterranean Dance Festival in Italy. Erica is a Los Angeles native and holds a BA in dance-theater from the illustrious Columbia University. She has contributed works to Gay Pride NYC, Axiom Dance Theatre’s “The Congress,” The Choreographers Carnival: LA/NY/Sydney, the EDGE annual show, So You Think You Can Dance: Ukraine, and many others. Erica’s service to the dance community has been praised in many dance publications. Her previous company, collidEdance, was featured in Dance Spirit Magazine’s “The Higher Ed Issue” as one of the most desirable companies for post-competition dance life. Erica believes deeply in the power of nurturing the minds and bodies of the next generation, helping to create the storytellers of our future. She feels lucky, so lucky, to be inspired every day.
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With over 100 million views, Dejan Tubic has become one of the most watched choreographers online. According to Fox News Los Angeles, he is “lighting the world on fire with his fierce moves”. His videos have gotten him in publications all over the world from The New York Times to online blogs such as PerezHilton.com. Ciara, The Black Eyed Peas, Jason DeRulo, Adam Lambert, and Ryan Seacrest are just a few stars who have expressed their love for his work and dancers.
Outside his remarkable online presence and achievements, Dejan continues to work as a dancer and choreographer. As a dancer, he has performed with Usher at The American Music Awards, danced for artists such as Toni Braxton and YouTube sensation, Rebecca Black, and was a dancer on the hit TV show X-Factor. He moved onto TV, becoming a cast member as a choreographer on MTV’s The Electric Barbarellas. Later on in his career he was hired to Choreograph for The American Music Awards Red Carpet Show as well as The Streamy Awards, including dancing and choreographing for OMI, Soulja Boy, Vanilla Ice, and the legendary Sir Mix-A-Alot. Recently, Dejan has been working with Pentatonix, choreographing the “On My Way Home” World Tour and appearing in their “On My Way Home” Tour Documentary.
Outside of his major career achievements, Dejan continues to travel and be an educator to dancers all over the world. He is a faculty member at International Dance Academy (IDA) in Hollywood, CA and travels the US with Dance Makers Dance Convention.
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