Hannah Douglass has been working professionally in the Los Angeles dance community for over ten years. She has appeared live and on television with artists such as Beyonce, Jay-Z, Britney Spears, Big Sean, Liam Payne, The Weeknd, Snoop Dogg, Future, Gwen Stefani and many more. Her notable television credits include Glee, 90210, the Super Bowl, Dancing with the Stars, My Crazy-Ex Girlfriend, The Late Late show with James Corden, and multiple major award show performances including the Grammys and the Oscars. Hannah can also be seen dancing in the feature films Lalaland, Valley Girl, What to Expect When You're Expecting, Footloose, Iron Man2, Dance Flick, Bedtime Stories, and Vice. Her commercial and industrial credits include Nike, Target, Pepsi Max, Fruit of the Loom, Apple Ipad, Chevrolet, and Guitar Hero. Her career thus far has allowed her to travel around the world doing what she loves, and to work with some of the most inspiring people in the entertainment industry. For the past seven years she has toured the world with Beyonce on her four major tours "The Mrs. Carter Show", the "On the Run" tour with Jay-Z and Beyoncé, the "Formation World Tour" and the "On the Run II" tour. Hannah now also choreographs and teaches master classes, and is thrilled to be able to pass on the knowledge she has gained from her many years as a professional.
Brittany Parks made her Broadway debut as Jazz Jasmine in Shuffle Along. She danced in numerous episodes, and served as Assistant Choreographer for the television show Glee, and also the Associate Choreographer for the films Annie (2014) and "A Christmas Story Live" (2017). Brittany's notable film and television credits include Teen Beach 2, a Disney Channel original movie, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, LA LA LAND and many more. On top of the tv/film industry, she has danced with artists, live and on television, including Beyonce on many occasions, Janelle Monae, Rihanna, Kanye West, Katy Perry, and more! She has been at the top of her game as both a dancer and a choreographer for over ten years, and she is grateful to pass her wisdom on to the next generation of dancers.