Kobi Rozenfeld

Co-Owner & Artist Director

Heather Morris

Comfort Fedoke

Marty Kudelka

Morgan Mulholand

Assistant Artistic Director

Cat Cogliandro

Sean Aaron Carmon

Angelica Stiskin

Helene Phillips

Kavita Rao

Orialis Ashley

Chasen Greenwood


Konnor Kelly

Jenna Laspinas

Maggie Doty

Evan Jordan

Luke Romanzi

Megan Deffenbaugh

Jarod Smith

Sky Stokes

Ashley Spiller

Ainsley Lilly


Matt Gutierrez

Director of Studio Relations

Leah Bleiweis

Director of Production

Amanda Hart

Production Assistant

Trevor Wilson

Technical Director

Note: Faculty varies from city to city based on location needs and faculty availability.

Kobi Rozenfeld

Kobi Rozenfeld’s professional reputation and heightened demand in the dance industry have led him to work with some of the best entertainers and most notable celebrities in Hollywood such as Beyonce, Britney Spears, Natasha Bedingfield, Macy Gray, and “Wonder Woman’s” – Gal Gadot.  His most recent television credit featured himself, as World Judge and Expert for CBS’s new hit talent show “The Word’s Best”.  

Kobi is also credited for directing and choreographing the world tour of “Barbie Live” – The Musical, produced by “Mattel” and EMS. In addition, Kobi has choreographed for the British singer and songwriter, Natasha Bedingfield, at the “LifeBall” concert in Vienna and Macy Gray with her hit “Beauty in the World”.  

In the summer of 2006, Kobi began working with Keshet Chaim Dance Ensemble upon his arrival in the United States as a dancer and as the lead choreographer.

Topping this list is  Kobi’s work with Britney Spears during her 2009 comeback and choreography for the incredible pop sensation, Beyonce, in her “I AM…” World Tour. That same year, he performed alongside Beyonce as one of the dancers at the Grammy Awards.  Kobi has also choreographed for Israel’s “So You Think You Can Dance”

Kobi was born in Israel and had been dancing and choreographing from a very early age. 

As a choreographer, Kobi is represented by Go2Talent, one of the top choreography and dance agencies in the industry.  Kobi travels the world as a freelance choreographer.  He has taught master classes at the Broadway Dance Center in New York and Pineapple Dance Studio in London.  He has instructed workshops around the world in Israel, Guam, Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, France, Slovakia, Spain, Croatia, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Cyprus and the United Kingdom. 

As of 2020, Kobi has undertaken the mission to train the next generation of dancers as creator and artistic director of HEAT Convention & Competition, a convention that bridges the gap between the overall care of dancers and career dance industry opportunities.


HEATHER MORRIS is best known for her breakout role as series regular Brittany Pierce on FOX’s hit series, GLEE. She has appeared on shows such as CBS’ HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER and Netflix’s GLOW, and recently starred in the feature films MOST LIKELY TO DIE and FOLK HERO & FUNNY GUY. She also appeared in Harmony Korine’s feature SPRING BREAKERS, opposite Ashley Benson and Selena Gomez. In addition to acting, Heather is an incredibly established dancer who joined Beyoncé’s “I Am…Sasha Fierce” world tour right after college, and competed on the 24th season of DANCING WITH THE STARS on ABC.


Comfort Fedoke was born in Fort Worth, TX and lived majority of her life in the Dallas metroplex. She is also half Nigerian; Warri in Delta State.

She is a multi-talented, Emmy-Award Winning dancer, choreographer, director, actress, and singer. Known for competing on So You Think You Can Dance Season 4, Comfort was invited back as an All-Star and choreographer and continues mentoring new competitors each season.

Comforts dance roots stem from the street and has competed in freestyle dance battles all over the world. Recently, her success in battle has taken her from the dance floor to the commentator’s booth, working alongside Sway Calloway for Red Bull TV. Comfort was also featured in Nike’s 30-year celebration of Air commercial promoting the new VaporMax shoe and MJ’s Pepsi generation

On stage, Comfort has worked and performed live with talented artists such as Kanye West, LL Cool J, Chaka Kahn, Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Wale,Jason Derulo, JLo, Travis Scott, Drake, Gwen Staffani, lizzo , and Missy Elliott. Comfort currently serves as a dancer for Hip-Hop legend Missy Elliott and has appeared in a number of her music videos. Her work doesn’t end on the dance floor. She has acted in a number of films and TV shows over the past five years. Such as films like Step Up 5 All In and The Mindy project. She was also in the film, High Strung, which was directed by Michael Damien, where Comfort played the supporting lead female character, “Poptart.”

Comfort is now transitioning into more choreography, acting, creative directing and her own music. Comfort now wrote, produced, & features on a new song “My kind of night “ by Emanuel Giella. She will soon be releasing new music with producer BeatSlaya under Labld Fresh


Choreographer, Creative Director, Master Instructor

Five time MTV Video Award Nominee for Best Choreography in a Music Video, and Winner of the 2013 and 2007 MTV VMA for best choreography for Justin Timberlake’s music videos, “Suit & Tie” and “My Love”. Marty is Justin Timberlake’s head choreographer and artistic director, having choreographed numerous performances for Timberlake such his performance in the 2018 Superbowl LII, the 2017 Oscars, the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, the 2013 Grammy Awards, the 2018 & 2013 Brit Awards, the 2008 ESPY Awards, along with Justin’s 2005, 2006, 2007 MTV VIDEO AWARDS. Marty is Timberlake’s head choreographer for music videos, television performances and his four solo World Tours; Justified, Future/Sex/Love/Sound, the 20/20 Experience, and Man of the Woods. His resume also includes choreography for Mariah Carey, JLO, Pink, Janet Jackson, One Direction, The Jacksons, The Backstreet Boys, JLS, Sean Kingston, Jason Durelo, Joe Jonas, Bebe Rexha, Tinashe, AJ Mitchell, The Thunder from Down Under and New District. Check out Marty’s latest work in Calvin Harris’s MV “Stay With Me” featuring Halsey, Pharrell and Justin Timberlake.

Marty has also choreographed for numerous feature films and commercial ad campaigns for Target: Back to School, Coca-Cola, Wild Turkey, Badoit, Tommy Hilfiger, Old Navy, McDonald’s, Citroen, Stuart Weitzman and Dreamworks’ Trolls & Trolls World Tour and the upcoming Trolls 3. His choreography has been featured on the MTV Video Music Awards, The MTV Movie Awards, The Brit Awards, The Espy Awards, The Kids Choice Awards, The Billboard Awards, The Oscars and the GRAMMYS, in addition to appearances on DANCING WITH THE STARS, and SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE. Marty has just completed work as co-Director on the DWTS Live Tour, which just concluded its tour of the US.


Morgan has traveled coast to coast studying, teaching and performing the art of dance. After dancing through her childhood, Morgan earned her B.F.A from San Jose State University and began her masters at St Mary’s College and CU Boulder where she developed curriculum and taught college dance courses. She has choreographed various musicals throughout the California collegiate system including Cabaret, Chicago, West Side Story and Spring Awakening. Morgan has worked with profound artists such as Gesel Mason, Ana Prada, Erika Randall, Susan McClain and Rennie Harris. She owned and operated her own dance studio for nearly a decade, where she strived to teach not only beautiful dancers, but good humans. After college Morgan moved to Los Angeles where she joined the Keshet Heim Dance Ensemble and taught at various schools in LA. Morgan is a certified personal trainer, yoga instructor and is developing a program to help dancers be more anatomically aware in the effort to avoid injuries and create longer careers.

Cat Cogliandro

Cat Cogliandro (they/them) born and raised in Houston, Texas, received their BFA in Dance from SUNY Purchase. Since then, Cat has worked with creators such as Cherice Barton, Phillip Chbeeb, Tyce Diorio, Ian Eastwood, Mike Esperanza, Hayden J Frederick, Lukas McFarlane, Janelle Ginestra, Jason Gorman,  Juliette Irons, Jaci Royal, Sophia Stoller, Megan Lawson, Sonya Tayeh, Andrew Winghart, and more.  They have been featured in The New York Times, Dance Spirit Magazine, Dance Teacher Magazine, Dance Magazine, Dance Informa, and has been a guest on DanceSpeak Podcast, WeirdAdults, Barretender Podcast, Stance Elements, Real Talks, Dance Your Life by Maxt Out, and Move True. Cat was a featured dancer in the movie “Supporting Characters,” directed by Daniel Schechter, danced in The Neighbourhood music video, “R.I.P 2 My Youth”, directed by Hype Williams and supervising choreographer, Ian Eastwood, and danced and acted in Phillip Chbeeb’s short film “Sync.” They were the assistant choreographer to Ian in Trevor Wesley’s Official 360 Music Video “Chivalry is Dead,” a choreographer for an episode of “Alone Together” on Freeform, Eva Gutoski’s (@mylifeaseva) music video “Dance As A Distraction,” and was one of ten choreographers chosen to compete in Nigel Lythgoe’s first season of a competitive choreographer show on Go90, Every Single Step, where they made it to the final four. In 2019, Cat danced the role of the Queen in Lukas McFarlane’s “Astoria” which premiered at the Montalbán Theatre in Los Angeles. 

Cat is educator and choreographer, who works nationally and internationally, to “help people find a better understanding of themselves through dance.” In the states, you can find them guest teaching classes at Broadway Dance Center, Peridance, Movement Lifestyle, and Millennium Dance Complex, as well as international dance camps such as Big Dance India, RioH2K Brasil, MoveMEANT Journey Poland, and many more. You can find them on the road teaching for Celebrity Dance Convention and Heat Dance Convention, and has taught at Hussian College (formerly Relativity School), The Joffrey West Summer Intensive, The Los Angeles Dance

Festival, and The Pulse on Tour Teacher Workshop. Cat recently teamed up with clinical psychologist, Dr. Christina Donaldson, to create a dance + self-esteem dance workshop called Soul Meets Body. They are also the co-creator, in collaboration with Gabriel Braga and Mariana Feitosa, of SoulSync, a self-love dance workshop that takes place in Brazil. Cat is co-director of The Dance Safe, an organization that advocates for survivors of abuse in dance, with heavy focus on education, healing, and accountability. They are currently attending The University of Arizona in pursuit of their Masters in Fine Arts, expected in 2023.

Mx. Cogliandro has a passion for art and expression. For freedom and love! For living an unapologetic life of happiness. As they navigate though their own wild adventures of triumph and failure, they hopes to inspire others to do the same (especially the youth) and to do so fearlessly. Cat is a passionate educator, dancer, choreographer, and advocate for creating safer, more inclusive dance spaces. Their dance company, CATASTROPHE!, also aims to promote the power (and necessity) of self-love and self-worth. They placed second runner up at 2015 Capezio ACE Awards and have been seen performing in shows in Los Angeles, New York, Brazil, and Korea.

Sean Aaron Carmon

Sean Aaron Carmon joined the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 2011 and has performed major solo roles including Mikhail Baryshnikov’s original role in Alvin Ailey’s Pas de Duke and featured roles in ballets by other notable choreographers such as Wayne McGregor, Robert Battle, Aszure Barton, Johan Inger, Gustavo Ramirez Sansano and Christopher L. Huggins, to name only a few. In addition, he has been featured on Conan, the national TBS television talk show, Good Morning America, LIVE with Regis and Kelly, Lincoln Center at the Movies, broadcast nationally on PBS and he was profiled in the Huffington Post.

As a musical theater performer, Sean has performed on Broadway in La Cage aux Folles, The Phantom of the Opera, Disney’s The Lion King and Kinky Boots.  

Sean’s own choreographies have been performed all across the country and internationally and have been lauded as “everything and then some…” and “powerful” and “seriously flawless” by major national print and online publications such as The New York Times, Dance Spirit and Dance Magazine. Mr. Carmon is a YAGP Outstanding Choreographer, won The Joffrey Ballet’s Winning Works award and has won Audience Choice awards on several occasions. He has also created works on the AAADT for multiple benefit performances. He has created original and lauded works for Houston Contemporary Dance Company, Vitacca Ballet, Mareck Dance and other professional companies across America. Mr. Carmon is currently on faculty with HEAT Convention and Competition, Vitacca Dance Houston and The Austin Dance Conservatory, teaches guest master classes and choreographs for festivals, companies, studios and universities across the country and internationally.

Angelica Stiskin

Angelica Stiskin is internationally recognized for her versatility as a choreographer, director, performer, and dance educator. She proudly earned her BFA in Dance at Marymount Manhattan College under the direction of Katie Langan, performing works by Robert Battle, Shen Wei and Lar Lubovitch to name a few. Angelica is honored to have assisted the Emmy Award winning Mia Michaels across the U.S.A. and Canada. She has performed with Justin Bieber and The Disney Channel’s Shake It Up Girls, as well as a guest artist in ASH Contemporary Dance Company and American Dance Artists, Adrienne Canterna’s former company, with performance artists such as Rasta Thomas and Travis Wall.

Other privileges include working for Benoit-Swan Pouffer (Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet Gala), Marlena Wolfe (Rehearsal Director), Ballroom Marfa, Eisenhower Dance Ensemble (Rite of Spring/Detroit Opera House). Angelica works as a répétiteur for Robert Battle, representing “The Hunt” in the Netherlands for world-renowned company, Introdans. Angelica directed and choreographed a piece for NY Fashion Week in collaboration with Louis Vuitton and Parsons School of Design. She has also recently been commissioned by Christian Dior Couture to choreograph in honor of the new Spring/Summer 2019 collection inspired by dance.

She has traveled with VIP Dance as a National Director, and also served as Brand Design Director/Choreographer for luxury comforts brand, Move Society. Miss Stiskin is part of the adjunct faculty at Marymount Manhattan College, and was positioned as Artistic Director of Joffrey Ballet School’s Jazz and Contemporary Trainee Program in September 2017. She was one of the first faculty members of the program over 10 years ago and is now humbly in charge of the program’s trajectory. Angelica is honored to have this responsibility of guiding the future generations of dance while continuing to design high-level concepts for fashion, editorial, and entertainment.

Helene Phillips

Emmy nominated choreographer and director, Helene Phillips is a true visionary with an incredible talent for keeping her body of work passionate, committed, and most importantly, “real.”

Whether she’s directing Michael Jackson or choreographing Madonna, Helene’s input ignites every area of a project. “I can see how I want the final images to look, and then backtrack to make that vision come to fruition.”

As a pivotal director and choreographer, Helene Phillips is known for lighting fires—creating the culture, setting the spark, and managing the resources to keep herself and her team focused, prepared, motivated, challenged, and consistently successful. Her shows are goal-directed: she creates the vision, executes it, and brings it to fruition. Sir Richard Attenborough called her tireless. Michael Gill, the renowned producer who brings Broadway shows to Las Vegas, calls Helene’s visions Revolutionary. She possesses more boundless energy than anyone else in the room, as well as the drive and knowledge to create visions from beginning to end. Helene is connected to the most influential people in the industry.

Francis Ford Coppola and George Lucas, while working on the largest production of its time, a 3-D film called Captain EO with Michael Jackson, turned the direction and the choreography over to her because they felt she was the only one who knew what she was doing. Anjelica Houston requested Helene to direct her for the same reason. Helene was handed over the microphone and would yell Action and Cut. She collaborated with every department working on this project and directed Michael Jackson in the recording studio. The team knew they could count on her.

In a progressively challenging career, she has worked with legendary performers and directors for the past 20 years, among which were Madonna (Who’s That Girl Tour), Miley Cyrus (The VMAs), John Travolta (Stayin’ Alive), James Brown and Dan Aykroyd (Dr. Detroit), Michael Douglas (A Chorus Line – the film), John Candy (Going Berserk), Rosie O’ Donnell and Penny Marshall (all Christmas holiday spots for K-Mart), Christina Applegate and Jay Mohr (Mafia), Charlie Sheen and Anna Faris (A Spelling Bee), Peter Gabriel and Sting (life benefit concerts), Denis Leary and Elizabeth Hurley (Dawg), and the list goes on and on.

Helene has been nominated for an Emmy for her work on Papa’s Angels starring Scott Bakula and Cynthia Nixon. She has been a key directing and choreographing force behind such artists as Karyn White’s Love the way you love me, Klymaxx’s Meeting in the ladies’ room, Jack Wagner’s The Weatherman Says, and Was Not Was’ Walk the Dinosaur. She has also conceptualized, directed, staged, and choreographed Main Showrooms for such cruise ships as the QEII and the Oceania Riviera.

Helene has created shows across broad industries. Her modus operandi is to first envision the entire project and then she backtracks so she knows how to involve the lighting and wardrobe people, as well as the editor. Helene’s expertise in music and editing is unique as a result of a lifetime of connecting sound, movement, and storyline.

Helene has been a consistent top director/choreographer who sets the vision and motivates her team to extraordinary achievements. She has an international family and professional experience that spans the world. She is comfortable in a wide range of cultures and geographies. She brings not only a sharp intelligence, but a powerful leadership style that is inclusive, collaborative, and motivational.

Kavita Rao

Kavita Rao, Karmagraphy’s director/owner, produces distinctive contemporary dance styles. Internationally and regionally renowned for her choreography and teaching abilities, she conjures out of her world travels characteristics of eastern and western dance. Signed with one of LA’s top dance agencies, MSA, Rao has been featured in numerous lives shows, music videos, films, commercials and television shows during her dance career. Her choreographic work can recently be seen in episodes of “Got Talent Israel,” “Angie Tribeca” on TBS, Youtube Red’s “Buddy System,”  WeTV’s “David Tutera’s Celebrations,” Dancing with the Stars,” and “Tengo talento Mucho Talento”. She is the choreographer for YouTube sensation Vidya Vox and has choreographed 4 of her most recent videos including “Tamil Born Killa,” “Diamonds,” “Minnale,” “Home,” and her 2017-2018 world tour “Kuthu Fire.” Rao was also honored to be an associate choreographer for world-renowned designers Loubioton and Sabyasachi’s ”Deep Sleep for Beauty” launch. Asst. choreography projects, with famed choreographer Mary Ann Kellogg, completed and awaiting release are a new pilot for NBC and a “Like Father,” starring Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammer.  Rao is also creative Director for Esther Anaya, and the DJ duo of Atmsphre 

 Rao is a current faculty member of The Studio School in LA and had the privilege of creating her own curriculum as being the first to teach her course – “World Cultural dance ” in her specialty of the Indian Arts. A 7-year faculty member of Dupree Dance Convention, Rao was the first master instructor to bring Bollywood dance to the national convention circuit. Her choreography can be seen all over the US in the dance competition circuit.  Some master class credits include: Joffery Ballet, Dance and Dialouge, Dance Connection, Harvard Westlake as well as public and private schools all over the US. She has judged many national Bollywood competitions, including Just Dance (India’s SYTYCD), Jhoomti Sham, Bollywood America and Nachale Deewane. She created artistic works in Guam, Israel, India, Mauritius, S. Africa, Los Angeles and across the US. Choreographing for multiple artists, Rao has a long list of Indian and Western music videos to her credit. 

She is also the resident choreographer for the commercial production company Contagious and some past and current studio residencies include Millennium Dance Complex, Dance Dimensions and International Dance Academy Hollywood — and master classes across the country. Along with teaching multiple dance styles, Rao uses her public relations and entrepreneurial background to teach a business for dancers class to help prepare young dancers for the industry. 

Along with teaching and choreographing, Kavita directs and owns the dance entertainment company Karmagraphy, a full service entertainment and production company based in Los Angeles and New York.  As the Artistic Director of Karmagraphy, she produces work weekly to fit her client’s needs and exceed their expectations.  

Recent clients include: IFFA (International Fashion Film Awards), International Indian Film Academy (IIFA), IFFLA (Indian Film Festival LA), Disney/Pixar, Dreamworks, Kaiser Permanente, Intuit, Gita Anjali Diamonds, GO Campaign, Pratham, INDUS, TIE (The Indus Entrepreneurs), South Asian Bar Association, Arpen Global Charities, and SDM Cancer Relief Fund, Chopra Foundation, Red Roof Inn, Morongo Casino and LA Fashion Week.   

Creator of “AAJA, A tale of Karmic Destiny” and Co-creator of “Bollywood Rise”, both full-length dance/cirque spectaculars featuring interdisciplinary performance arts and high scale production, Rao pushes the envelope when creating live stage shows. Both shows are currently touring and obtained rave reviews from media outlets as KTLA, India West, India Journal, LA Times and more.  Rao has such a wide range of choreographic styles due to years of experience creating both live experiences and on camera work.


Orialis Ashley, a Puerto Rican native, is a Los Angeles based Dancer, Choreographer and Instructor. She has been seen tap dancing on Good Morning America, BET music awards, and at the London launch for Beyonce’s IVY PARK clothing line. She is currently a member of Chloe Arnold’s Syncopated Ladies and teaches full time at Murrieta Dance Project in Southern California.

Orialis earned a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree in Dance from The Florida State University. There she was honored to work under master ballet and modern teachers such as Suzanne Ferrell, Ronald K Brown and Alonzo King. Following her college graduation, Orialis joined the Denver based Cleo Robinson Dance Ensemble in 2003. She toured nationally with the company as featured soloist in works by Talley Beatty, Christopher Huggins and Alvin Ailey

After leaving the company in 2005, she expanded her dance career from concert to commercial work and moved to Los Angeles. She has been seen dancing at such venues as the Hollywood Bowl, Top Hats at the Grove, New York Fringe Festival, Glamour’s Woman of the Year Summit, Essence Festival in New Orleans, Ford’s Man of Honor in Detroit, Vail Dance Festival, Jazz Dance World Congress in Chicago, DC Tap Festival, Music Videos and various Stage Shows.

With over 15 years of teaching experience, her students and choreography have been seen on many TV shows including So You Think You Can Dance, Dance Moms, Little Big Shots, Abby Lee’s Ultimate Dance Competition, Ellen, and the Late Late Show with James Corden and also at Tokyo Disney.


Pamela Yasutake is a Seattle Native Performer, Choreographer and Instructor. Widely known as a member of the hit Female Tap Sensations, Syncopated Ladies, Pamela has wooed audiences around the world performing live in sold-out concerts and in viral videos accumulating over 100 million views online. 

In 2016, Pamela made her Broadway debut in the original cast of “Shuffle Along, Or , The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed”.  Directed by George C. Wolfe and choreographed by Savion Glover, the critically acclaimed production received ten 2016 Tony Award Nominations including Best Musical.

Pamela’s television credits include The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS), The 70th Annual Tony Awards (CBS), Maya & Marty (NBC),  So You Think You Can Dance (FOX) and Good Morning America (ABC). 

In her hometown of Seattle, Pamela has performed and choreographed for Seattle Theatre Group’s production of “Dance This…”, eight seasons of the Black Nativity Play of Seattle in which she performed the lead dancer role of Mary for two consecutive seasons, and various appearances and performances with Northwest Tap Connection. Pamela also continues to be a sought after faculty member on countless tap festivals and dance conventions. She will be appearing in the new Apple TV musical film, “Spirited” starring Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell and Octavia Spencer, set to release during the 2022 holiday season.

www.PamelaYasutake.com @pamelayasutake

Stanley Glover

Stanley Glover was born and raised on the south side of Chicago, Illinois. Stanley holds a BFA from Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. He was a top-20 contestant on FOX’s television show, So You Think You Can Dance, and has performed repertoire and trained under some of the best in the industry, including, Sidra Bell, Robert Battle, Random Dance, Hubbard Street, Pennsylvania Ballet, and many more. Stanley performed as a principal dancer five days a week on the Las Vegas Strip in Cirque du Soleil’s production of Mystère. Stanley is also a 2019 Princess Grace Dance fellowship award recipient. Pointe magazine featured Stanley as one of their 2019 “Standout Performances”. Stanley also had a featured spread in Dance Magazine’s column “On The Rise”. Stanley currently dances at BalletX in his 3rd season.

Chasen Greenwood

“Dancer, singer, actor and choreographer,  Chasen is bicoastal primarily in L.A giving him opportunity to work with artist such as Lady Gaga’s choreograher Richy Jackson, and Director Neal Brennan for Xbox Super Bowl commercial. Chasen has been featured in Dancer Magazine as “one to watch,” completing a nationwide tour as soloist with State Street Ballet. His choreography won “Best Young Choreographer” at Regional America Southwest. Chasen began his career performing with Leann Rimes, and in the musical Casper (national tour), training on full scholarship with Pacific Northwest Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Houston Ballet, and Ballet Austin. Chasen performed West Coast premiere of “Newsies,” as well as on the East Coast.

Konnor Kelly

Konnor Kelly was born and raised in Cornwall, NY where he grew up training at his mom’s dance studio; Step By Step. Throughout his years of training, Konnor decided to pursue dance as a career. He can be seen in the Radio City Music Hall’s Christmas Spectacular and will be returning back to the Hall this holiday season. You also may know Konnor from being a featured contestant on Season 17 of So You Think You Can Dance. Currently, Kelly is pursuing a professional career as a dancer, teacher, and choreographer and is touring as a Pro Assistant with Heat Convention and Competition. Additionally, he is a member of the contemporary company; Marinspired. 

Jenna Laspiñas

Jenna Laspiñas is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher based in the southern California area. She has extensive, well-rounded training in styles such as contemporary, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, and tap, to name a few. Currently, Laspiñas is signed with Go2 Talent agency and is touring with Heat Dance Convention as a pro. Additionally, she holds the title as the National Teen Honored Dancer ‘19 with both Adrenaline and Revive dance conventions and can be seen working as an assistant on Season 17 of Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance. Alongside her teaching,

choreographing, and dancing professionally, Laspiñas also works as a traveling assistant for Julia Harnetiaux, Mandy Korpinen & Elizabeth Petrin, and Kersten Todey.

Maggy Doty

Maggie Doty was born and raised in Southern California where she began training in dance at a young age. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance from California State University, Long Beach where she studied Modern, Ballet, Floor Work, Countertechnique, and Improvisation, to name a few. She has trained with many Contemporary dance companies in the LA area such as BodyTraffic, Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company, Backhaus Dance, Royal Flux, and more. 

Doty is currently represented by Got2Talent Agency and works professionally as a dancer, dance teacher, and choreographer in the Los Angeles area. She tours with Heat Dance Convention as a Pro and is a member of the dance entertainment company Karmagraphy. Additionally, she is a certified fitness instructor through the National Academy of Sports Medicine where she coaches classes in weight lifting, HIIT cardio training, barre, indoor cycling, and more. Doty is a huge advocate for strength training with dancers and is passionate about injury prevention and sharing her anatomical/physiological knowledge with her students in a practical, functional way. 

Luke Romanzi

Luke Romanzi graduated from LaGuardia High-School for the Performing Arts as a dance major. He is currently a dancer with Parsons Dance Company based in New York City, touring around the United States & Europe. Before joining Parsons, Luke was a company dancer with Rock The Ballet, as the youngest member, where he toured France, Germany, and Dubai. He was recognized as a young arts finalist in Miami and was accepted into the Young Choreographers Festival, held at Symphony Space in New York City. You can find Luke on SYTYCD Season 16, as well as Random Acts Of Flyness on HBO. He tours judging and assisting competitions/conventions as well as choreographing at numerous studios all across the country. He hopes to continue pursuing his career in dance and choreography, and is excited to be touring with heat for his second season. 


Jarod Smith was born and raised in Orange County, California, and began dancing at 9 years old. He has trained in all styles of dance, however, his choreographic styles employ a mixture and blending of genres of dance to create abstract art. He attended Orange County School of the Arts, where he studied Commercial Dance throughout middle school and high school. He is furthering his training at Pace University in New York City as a BFA Commercial Dance major with a minor in Psychology as an Honors Student. Jarod has choreographed at studios across the country, providing many students with performance pieces that have earned choreography and overall awards. Jarod consistently tries to enable and share his unique and artistic style of movement through his choreography and teachings. 

Stanley Glover

Stanley Glover was born and raised on the south side of Chicago, Illinois. Stanley holds a BFA from Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. He was a top-20 contestant on FOX’s television show, So You Think You Can Dance, and has performed repertoire and trained under some of the best in the industry, including, Sidra Bell, Robert Battle, Random Dance, Hubbard Street, Pennsylvania Ballet, and many more. Stanley performed as a principal dancer five days a week on the Las Vegas Strip in Cirque du Soleil’s production of Mystère. Stanley is also a 2019 Princess Grace Dance fellowship award recipient. Pointe magazine featured Stanley as one of their 2019 “Standout Performances”. Stanley also had a featured spread in Dance Magazine’s column “On The Rise”. Stanley currently dances at BalletX in his 3rd season.


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