Alexis Juliano is an award-winning dancer, teacher, and choreographer. She was a finalist on season 10 of "So You Think You Can Dance". She has performed as a part of Tap Kids, the Hands Down Tap Project, Tap N Time, Jarod Grimes Underground Tap, Universal Studios' winter parade, Nigel Lythgoe’s Dizzy Feet Gala, Capezio A.C.E. Awards, "So You Think You Can Dance" Tour, and the Fox Presentation of "Grease LIVE!" Alexis is now performing on Broadway in "STOMP".
Caitlin is originally from Houston, Texas. She trained at several local studios in the Houston metroplex and was a member and leader of the Cinco Ranch High School Cougar Start Dance Team. Following graduation, Caitlin was invited to join the M.A. Dance Staff. In this role, she teaches high school dance camps across the country, creates custom choreography, and judges competitions at the regional and national levels. Caitlin attended Texas Tech University where she graduated with a Bachelor's of Art in Dance Degree, along with a Texas Teacher Certification in Dance.
Caitlin relocated to Dallas, where she was the Director of the Mckinney North Northstars Dance Team and the dance department chair. Following a two year span in Dallas, she relocated once again to Des Moines, Iowa. Caitlin was a two year staff member at WDA, coached the WDM Valley Varsity Dance Team, and was a dancer for the Iowa Energy.
Caitlin now lives in Kansas City and continues to pursue a career in dance.
Grant Chenok has appeared on NBC’s Days of Our Lives and Scrubs, the Disney Channel’s Drake and Josh, and the History Channel’s Come Home Alive. His music video credits include the Pussycat Dolls music video “Dontcha,” the Jem video “They” and the Paul Oakenfold - Brittany Murphy music video “Faster Kill Pussycat.” Grant has worked with artists Paul McCartney, Nina Skye, Tone Loc, Ru Paul and Ashlee Simpson. His repertoire also includes commercial/industrial work for names such as Burger King, Nike, Paramount and Pepsi Twist. He has made television appearances on the Fox Network, Comedy Central, VH1, and the WB. Grant recently shot a web pod commercial for Bugaboo Strollers Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Performing Arts degree from Oklahoma City University. Internationally, Grant has been fortunate enough to work with dancers in the Netherlands, England and Italy. He is most proud to be co-founder of the in-house convention, Flow 40 Dance Workshops.
Mariah Spears is a 24 year old dancer from Chandler, Arizona. She began dancing when she was two years old, and is trained in ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop, krump, popping, breaking, locking, salsa, tap, ballroom, and tumbling. She trained at Classic Image Dance in Arizona throughout her childhood and began competing in dance at the age of five. She graduated from Chapman University, with a BFA in Dance Performance and clusters in Theater Technology and Honors, in 2016. Mariah has been featured on commercials such as Allstate, Sonos Holiday Commercial, Hollister, SoFi, and The Greatest Showman Live commercial. In 2013, Mariah was a featured performer as one of the top 16 dancers on Fox Television's Season 10 of "So You Think You Can Dance.” Mariah has choreographed for artists such as Warren G and Snoop Dogg. Her work is featured in the movie G-Funk coming to theaters this fall. She also has choreographed commercially for Nike and House of Hoops. Mariah is currently traveling and teaching around the world, having taught in Australia and Paris, as well as, around the US. She has taught for The Music Room for five years and has loved seeing the children grow. She is also currently teaching with the touring convention, Hollywood Dance Experience. Hollywood Dance Experience is known for its strong technical classes and personalized attention.
Mikaela began dancing at age three, teaching at 13 and choreographing at 14. A born and raised Iowan, Mikaela grew up training extensively in ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, contemporary, and hip hop. She also traveled the country attending and assisting for various dance conventions in order to expand her training and diversity.
Mikaela now lives in Los Angeles, CA as a professional dancer performing for and working with names such as Liz Imperio, Kent Boyd, Andrew Winghart, Rudy Abreu, Kathryn McCormick, Allison Holker, and more. She has performed on stage, in music videos, and in commercials and is also a part of Marinda Davis’ contemporary company “marInspired; the storytellers”.
Mikaela’s passion lies in dance, in learning, and in being able to share that with the people around her. She hopes to use dance to inspire and to make a difference in people’s lives.