Alex Little

Alex is a Professional Choreographer, Director, Master Teacher, Performer, Coach, & Motivational Speaker. She has choreographed for clients & companies such as Nike, Nike NFL, Audi, Genentech, and The Young Americans, to name a few. She has also contributed choreography to the opening production for America’s Got Talent (NBC), and Alex was a Jazz coach to Karina Smirnoff & Apollo Ohno on Dancing With The Stars (ABC). Her performance credits include: Wipeout (ABC), Nike, Toyota, Tarbell, Cabi Clothing, Genentech, Dream Force, and as a company member of Interweave Dance Theatre, Doug Caldwell & Friends and The Young Americans.

Teaching classes to hundreds of students at one time is one of her favorite ways to share, connect, educate & motivate young people from all over the world and she has been doing just this since 1999 as a faculty member to multiple international dance conventions including Dance Makers Inc, Velocity Dance Convention and Dance Excellence. Alex is also the co-founder of The Feedback Experience, a dance workshop taught to 100% live music.

As the Founder/Director of Escape Artists, a theatrical contemporary dance company, Alex premiered “Anonymous” at the end of 2013, which marked their first immersive and full-length theatrical production, featuring lead actor Gene Gabriel, and 16 professional dancers. The inspiration of this show came from a live dance piece & film Alex choreographed called “7 Chairs”, starring Kathryn McCormick.

Projects which bring attention, awareness & conversation to societal issues hold an important piece in Alex’s mission as an artist. This is why Alex feels incredibly honored and thrilled to have joined the Board of Breaking The Chains Foundation! Alex is an Eating Disorder survivor, having battled this illness for 17 years before finding and committing to a life of recovery- which she continues practicing every day.

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