Arielle Elonys Coker is working as a professional dancer in Los Angeles and touring as a teacher and judge for Showstopper Conventions and Competitions and a teacher for Millenium Studio in Los Angeles. In 2016 she choreographed a music video for Kill the Noise and has danced with Jon Bellion in the music video "Guillotine" choreographed by Teddy Forance and Misha Gabriel . Arielle was the lead dancer and choreographer for the music video "Freak Your Mind" by 3oh!3. She recently modeled for Revolution Costumes for their 10th House Catalogue. She has been seen on "Nashville" and in Eureka vacuum commericals. The short film "Where We Begin" in which she starred has been accepted to multiple film festivals in 2015 & 2016. She received a BA in Dance from Loyola Marymount University in 2012.
Amber Cantu is a Senior dance major at Texas State University.
Charles Roy received his BA in dance from Loyola Marymount University in 2012 and is currently touring with Showstopper Conventions as a teacher and
Nathaniel Moore is a 2016 graduate of the professional program of with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company. He also completed a residency at the Banff Arts Center in contemporary dance and choreography in July of 2016.
Max Pierce currently performing in NYC and has been performing and touring on the east coast. Max received a musical theatre degree from Sam Houston State University in 2013.
Ashley Perez is a professional dancer in NYC and is married to a professional dancer.
Coleman Pester received a BFA in dance from Dominican in 2012 and is currently dancing on the West Coast as a professional modern dancer.
Lorraine Urbis graduated from A&M College Station with a double major, including dance in 2013. She is currently in medical school in San Antonio studying physical therapy. She plans to work with professional dancers.
Mario Sanchez is living in Los Angeles and working as a professional hip-hop dancer. He studied at Texas State University.
James Vargas graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in dance in May of 2014 and is dancing in San Antonio.
Atticus Rodriguez is teaching dance and directing a dance company in Austin, Texas.