Robert Green is a passionate and enthusiastic musician, dancer, teacher, and choreographer from Raleigh, NC. Robert got his start in the Arts by way of music, playing violin for 12 years. In this time Robert received many prestigious awards for violin performance which landed him on scholarship at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, double majoring in Music and Dance. After traveling and simultaneously training in HipHop, Ballet, and Jazz, Robert got noticed by some of the industry’s top choreographers.
Robert went on to travel the country assisting industry legends such as Laurianne Gibson, Brian Friedman, Tabitha & Napoleon D’Umo, and many more. In 2013, Robert followed his heart and took a giant leap of faith by moving out to Los Angeles to pursue an entirely new career in the dance industry.
In 2015, Robert was one of 12 guys selected to dance around the globe on Taylor Swift’s record-breaking 1989 WORLD TOUR. Robert broke the internet by sharing the viral video of his tear-jerking phone call to his mother, breaking the good news. Robert has since gotten the opportunity to dance for the industry’s top artists including Justin Timberlake, Selena Gomez, The Weekend, Mary J. Blidge, Ricky Martin, Pitbull, Ellie Goulding, as well as the chance to choreograph for Tove Lo and Charli XCX.
Robert has always had a passion for teaching and has recently been sought out to teach in London, Russia, France, China and 2 of the most popular dance conventions, Monsters of Hip-Hop and The Pulse on tour. Robert Green uses his extensive musical background to enhance his student’s musicality, stage presence, and star quality. He looks forward to growing and sharing his passions with as many artists as possible!
With cultural roots based in Yokohama, Japan, and his early youth refined in Oxford, England, Hokuto Konishi’s diverse upbringing gave way to a creative formula in movement. From the age of 15, dance evolved from a primary activity to a pursuit of passion when college brought him across the world to the United States in 2004. The discovery of the dancer better known as “Hok” became a national broadcast upon his audition for the television competition, “So You Think You Can Dance.” Although his appearances spanned multiple seasons, his impression was immortalized as a Season 3 cast member, in which he performed the iconic Emmy awarded dance entitled “The Flower and the Hummingbird” choreographed by the famed Wade Robson.
He continued to amaze the nation by competing & taking home the season 3 championship title for “America’s Best Dance Crew” with his crew QUEST CREW that he co-founded with his teammate Ryanimay Conferido in 2006.
After choreographing LMFAO’s worldwide hit phenomena “Party Rock Anthem” and directing their world tour, he continued to travel the world performing and teaching all around the United states, Europe and Asia.
His most recent accomplishment was winning the all star season of ABDC with his fellow teammates QUEST CREW which lead them to be awarded with an EMMY for outstanding choreography.
Anze Skrube is an industry leading choreographer and dancer based in Los Angeles, California. He is the founder/creator of “Maestro” crew which has won multiple national and world champion titles.
He has danced and choreographed for some of the top artists in the music industry such as Prince, Usher, Justin Timberlake, Meghan Trainor, Robin Thicke as well as multiple world tours with Chris Brown and tribute performances for Michael Jackson to just name a few.
Anze has choreographed for commercials and campaigns, Pop violinist star Lindsey Stirling’s world tour, performances on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Good Morning America, several music videos and even co-choreographing a winning routine for Dancing with the Stars Season 17 with Amber Riley and Derek Hough.
He has worked both as a creative director and choreographer for American and European talent and award shows such as America’s Got Talent, Viva Music Awards, Starfloor Music Awards, NRJ Awards, BMA Awards, Principales 40 Awards among many others. He is a frequent teacher at the world famous Millenium Dance Complex and Movement Lifestyle dance studios in Los Angeles.
Anze is a veteran when it comes to teaching workshops all around the world starting right where he was born and raised in Slovenia when he was only 15 years old.
Monyett Crump first discovered his love for dance at the age of 15 after being inspired by dance icons such as Michael Jackson and the Jabbawockeez.
Since then, he has trained in Hip Hop with some of the finest instructors and professional dance studios all over the country. Monyett has had the honor of working with artists such as Jennifer Hudson, Ciara, Chance the Rapper, DLOW, Ian Eastwood and ImmaBeast, a world-renowned urban movement company.
He continues to share his passion for dance around the world and hopes to promote hard work and commitment to aspiring dancers.
Annie Franklin, who received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from Western Michigan University, is a hip hop choreographer based out of Chicago.
Annie was the former Artistic director of Hip Hop ConnXion Michigan and has choreographed and danced with Hip Hop ConnXion HQ for eight years. Annie also taught at Millennium Dance Complex Chicago and has represented her work at events throughout the Chicago community, including World of Dance Chicago, Urbanite, Carnival Choreographers Ball, and Masterpiece dance competition.
Annie has participated as a dancer and hip hop instructor at the American College Dance Association from 2014 through 2016. She performed as a dancer and featured choreographer at the World Championships of Hip Hop International in 2010, 2013 and 2016.
Annie strives to further develop her choreography and continue to implement and innovate qualities of power, control and isolation within hip hop movement, and inspire all people with her artistry throughout the world.
Eddie “Pause Eddie” Martin Jr. is an explosive dance machine whose incredible musicality does not skip a beat!
Trained by King Charles Creation Battle Clique, and performing with world reknowned FootworKINGz from Chicago, he amazes people with his aggressive moves.
Pause Eddie has appeared on America’s Best Dance Crew, America’s Got Talent, Willow Smith’s Fireball Music Video ft. Nicki Minaj, Chance The Rapper “Sunday Candy” Music Video & More!
He is a leader, motivator, hard worker, and grinder. Representing Peace, Love, Respect, and Positivity.
Ariel Juarez “AJ”
Ariel Juarez (AJ) is a native of Argentina and has been dancing for 16 years. He began his training in latin ballroom, but quickly discovered a love for lyrical jazz, musical theatre, hip hop, and modern contemporary styles.
AJ studied dance at the Julio Bocca School of Musical Theatre and immediately began performing in productions of “Applause” and “Aladdin” in Argentina’s Broadway. He was a member of Chet Walker’s Fosse Company, a featured dancer on Royal Caribbean Cruises and Celebrity Cruises, and has danced and choreographed for Argentina’s “Dancing with the Stars,” “Singing for a Dream,” and “Dreaming to Dance.”