2005, Alexandra left her home in Saskatchewan to experience big city life in Toronto, Canada. It wasn’t long until she was thrown into the Toronto dance scene and fell in love with all of its possibilities. Alexandra has since danced all over the world; China, Singapore, Japan, Lebanon, Greece, Sweden and the USA. She is featured in Much Music commercials and the Family Channel, as well as ‘Skittles’ Candy, Dr. Pepper and IMAX commercials.
Alexandra has danced for Canadian artists Shawn Desman, Aleesia, Cory Lee, Adriana Taylor, Shiloh, Alexisonfire and toured internationally with Massari.
Alexandra has numerous live shows under her belt, and has been seen acting and dancing on television shows (SKINS Mtv and Electric Circus) and in feature films (Hairspray, Breakaway and Martin Short Goes Home.)
The most memorable, live-televised performances to date? Alexandra dancing for Lady GaGa during her infamous performances at the Much Music Video Awards in 2009 and again in 2011.
Alexandra is constantly traveling, teaching workshops and choreographing internationally. She also choreographs competitive routines for dance studios across Canada.
You can see Alexandra, featured hip hop dancer, in Season 3 of ‘So You Think You Can Dance Canada’ as one of the top 40 hopefuls.
With a huge love of dancing, teaching, choreographing and performing, Alexandra is sure to bring a positive energy and love to whomever encounter her.’
Miles grew up in Calgary Alberta, where he started Bboying (Breaking) at the age of 16. He began his professional career at the age of19. After coming in 3rd place of SYTYCDC Season 1, he has been working non-stop. Miles dances Funk, Soul, Hip Hop, and Electric Boogaloo style of Popping. Miles has performed and danced with many artists including Shawn Desman, Ludacris, 2 Live Crew, Dirty Vegas, Blake Mcgrath, MC Hammer, and more! Miles has choreographed and been in many films and television shows including MTV’s “Turn the Beat Around”, Disney’s Frenemies”, “Score: A Hockey Musical”, to name a few. Miles just won the Popping championships as well as the All Styles championship at Toronto’s international competition World Of Dance. Now Miles continues to teach and perform around the world as well as perfecting his own craft of dance.
Bree started dancing at the tender age of 4 in Calgary, Alberta, and since moving to Toronto has enjoyed many successes both on stage and in front of the camera. She has done numerous industrials for Bell Mobility, Sears, RBC, Shoppers Drug Mart, TD and LG, as well as dancing with and appearing in music videos for artists such as Howie D from the Backstreet Boys, Shawn Desman, Danny Fernandes, Blake McGrath, Aleesia, Massari, and many more.
She has performed in many feature films, including “Cobu 3D’ (choreographed by Tabitha and Napoleon), ABC’s “Desperately Seeking Santa”, and CTV’s “Turn the Beat Around”. She was also a featured dancer the Family Channels “Baxter”, and has performed in the CW’s “Nikita”, Global’s “Bomb Girls”, and was Ashley Tisdales body double in the CW’s “Hellcats”! Bree has also had the opportunity to work behind the camera, and was assistant choreographer on Disney’s “Frenemies”, assistant choreographer to Nappytabs for “Cobu 3D”, as well as Staples “Back to School” commercial. She was also the choreographer for a CTV pilot, titled “Stay With Me”. Bree was an ensemble dancer in the Canadian Opera Company’s performance of “Iphigenie en Tauride”, and traveled to Guadalajara to represent Toronto in the 2011 Pan Am Games. The highlight of Bree’s career thus far has been making Top 20 on Season 3 of CTV‘s So You Think You Can Dance Canada. You can learn more about Bree at www.dancewithbree.com.
Passion and perseverance have always been at the heart of every step Caroline has taken in her
professional dance career. She has performed on stages worldwide and sought out as a
choreographer by some of the most prestigious dance organizations in North America. Most
recently Caroline was featured as a dancer and actor “Teena” on the CW’s hit TV show
“Hellcats” starring Ashley Tisdale. Her credits include Top 14 finalist for the premiere season of
the hit TV show “So You Think You Can Dance Canada”, a member of the innovative and highly
renowned dance company Helix Dance Project, under the artistic direction of Linda Garneau,
and worked with acclaimed choreographer Mandy Moore for her piece in “Hysterica” based out
of Los Angeles, California. Caroline has also appeared as a dancer in the television series’ “The
Listener”, “L.A. Complex” and “Canada’s Got Talent”. She has appeared in films such as
“Sucker Punch, Turn The Beat Around, and the upcoming modern day remake of “Snow White”
also starring Julia Roberts. Caroline has performed in various industrial events for companies
such as Telus, Bell Mobility, Canon, Sears, and Calvin Klein, as well as charity events such as
Fashion Cares Toronto, Steve Nash Charity Game, and Dance For It. She has also had the
opportunity to dance in music videos and live performances for artists such as Tyler Medeiros,
Danny Fernandes, Kreesha Turner, George, Shawn Desman, and Jully Black. Caroline has been
recognized for her work as a choreographer at regional and national competitions receiving
several choreography scholarships. She teaches for various studios around the Greater Toronto
Area and master classes at Toronto’s professional studios and recently she has also
choreographed for large scale industrial and corporate events such as The Delicious Food Show
and the Interior Design Show in Toronto.