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On March 7, 2019

Allison Burke

Originally from Dallas, Texas, Allison has been dancing since she was two years old, training at various pre-professional competitive dance studios across the DFW area. She earned numerous performance awards and scholarships, including the opportunity to travel across the USA as a teacher’s assistant at Co. Dance Convention. Allison also assisted choreographer Kim McSwain at Jump Dance Conventions. In 2010, she began her collegiate studies at Chapman University to earn a Bachelors in Dance and Bachelors in Advertising, and a minor in Film Studies. In her four years there, Allison trained under elite dance faculty including Alicia Guy, Leann Alduenda, Larry Rosenberg, Jenny Backhaus, and Holly Johnston. As a selected member of the Chapman Dance Touring Ensemble, she represented the university to high schools across the country. Dance tour allowed her to train with acclaimed choreographers such as Michael Jackson’s original dancer Eddie Garcia, SYTYCD’s Ade Obayomi, Diavolo’s Chad Michael Hall, and Joffrey Ballet’s Stephanie Powell. Allison was also a member of the undefeated national champion Chapman Dance Team and a lead choreographer of the hip hop group Team Shaka. After graduation in 2014, she moved to Los Angeles and signed with MSA Talent Agency to pursue dance professionally. Allison has booked various jobs including a GARNIER Commercial, NYC Times Square TruFusion Print Ad Campaign, Soul Clap Fitness DVD, Myke Terry music video, ARIA New Years Eve Gala, iHEART Radio Party at Light Nightclub, and Cirque du Soleil’s 2017 One Night for One Drop at the Michael Jackson ONE Theatre. She most recently can be seen as an Ensemble Dancer and Artist Coach in Cirque du Soleil’s The Beatles LOVE show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Also, Allison has recently been nominated by the Silver State Awards for Local Female Entertainer of 2018. 

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