Krushal Dance Company is a Inglewood based business, founded in 2013 by Ke’Aira Roberson. Our mission is to bring forth endless opportunities to both the fortunate and less fortunate by providing excellent technical training and to provide a facility for the inner city youth, to learn the various dance styles, at affordable costs. Krushal Dance Company consists of three interrelated parts: Educational Mission, Krushal Kiddz Group Mission, and Krushal Inc.
For either the beginner or the experienced dancer, Krushal Dance Company provides a lively and welcoming environment for the dance enthusiasts of Inglewood and surrounding areas; qualified dance instruction in a variety of styles for all levels of expertise. From the classic to the modern, our certified and enthusiastic instructors offer a flexible and varied class schedule.
Krushal Kiddz Group Mission
To provide the focused and talented youth the opportunity to experience dance as a profession, perform locally, and enhance their unique expression. At Krushal Dance Company we believe that dance has the power to promote a healthy self-image and enhance essential life skills that go beyond those acquired within our dance studio. Our classes are specifically designed to promote creative self-expression and a positive self-image that ultimately encourages students to nurture, enjoy and benefit from the process of developing a true appreciation for dance in its many forms.
Krushal Inc Group Mission
To give adults and professional dancers of the Krushal Dance Company an outlet to continue working as artists, perfecting our skills, performing, and giving back to our communities the knowledge and experiences we've gained as professional dancers.
At the young age of 14, Ke’Aira Roberson formed a dance group, “Krushal Kiddz", amongst her peers and began demonstrating her artistic ability to choreograph. Through this establishment, Ms. Roberson was able to showcase her choreography and “Krushal Kiddz" at many venues, including a 106 & Park showing in New York and Showtime at the Apollo. Since then, “Krushal Kiddz” has charmed many stages; remaining an inspiration to young people.
As adults, Ms. Roberson and her peers decided to pass down the “Krushal Kiddz" legacy to a younger generation of kids and established an adult group called “Krushal Inc”.
Miss Roberson now owns her own Dance Company, Krushal Dance Company, with an educational program and both performance groups: the “Krushal Kiddz" performance group and the “Krushal Inc” adult group.
Ke'Aira Roberson -the founder, owner and choreographer of the Krushal Kiddz since 2006. Her works have been featured at the Showtime at the Apollo, Choreographers Carnival, Lula Washington's annual recital, 106th and Park, Nokia Live, African American Festival, Audio Push, and more. Ms. Roberson uses her artistic expression and natural abilities to impact and influence individuals from all walks of life. Furthermore, her unique style is carried throughout her career as a professional dancer. Ke'Aira's credits include but are not limited to: Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Chris Brown, Ne-Yo, Boost Mobile, Pepsi, Kool-Aid, Macy’s, Mattel, Adidas and more. Ms. Roberson continues to study dance. As early as 10th grade and for the next 6 years, Ke'Aira taught dance at Lula Washington Dance Theatre, and at the late Debbie Reynolds Studio. She is currently a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). Additionally, she’s building her company and looks forward to the greater future. Ke'Aira Roberson has proven that there is no age limit when it comes to following your dreams!
She 12 years' experience managing a very successful community organization in excess of 50 youth at any one time. Ms. Fears develops all of the advertisement materials for the Companies. She keeps class attendance and plans and schedules all shows and performances. She is the "go to" person if you have questions and/or concerns, freeing the instructors to concentrate on teaching "first class" dance technique!
Averi Quinn, Beg, Level 2 & Int Jazz, Ballet
Averi Quinn is a dancer choreographer based out of Los Angeles. After graduating high school she moved from Texas to pursue her dance career. Since coming to LA she has danced for various artists including Baby Bash, Bglo, Koda Corvette, and Ginuwine. She has also choreographed videos and live performances for Alena Bernardi, Cali4niaJones, and Guess. She has also choreographed multiple musicals with the Mirror Theatre Company, Visalia Players and Proof Doubt Closer Theatre Company including Carrie That Tune, A Flash of Fosse, Cabaret, and On the Twentieth Century. Averi has also performed in the BCS Championship Bowl halftime show and with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. She loves jazz and loves to teach!
Shawn Marsh, Acrobatics
Mr Marsh has 38 years of experience and is USA Gymnastic certified as well as Cheer Tumbling certified. His experience encompasses more avenues of gymnastics than most gymnasts see in a lifetime. To ensure the quality of instruction and the personal commitment to students, Mr. Marsh is personally involved with every student's program.
Shawn personally trained a Special Olympics gymnast who, under his guidance won 4 gold medals. He also trained the famous martial artist Makoto Tanaka and rappelled as a stunt performer from the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Coming to America.
Mr. Marsh teaches various levels and ages, including specialized training enhancing strength and flexibility for elite gymnasts, cheerleaders, martial artists, dancer, adults, the physically challenged, actors and performers. Welcome, Mr. Marsh!
Shaunee Breaux, Artistic Director
Keith "Happy Feet" Prater, Intermediate Tap
Mr. Prater is a Dancer and Choreographer from Pasadena, CA where he received his formal training in Tap, Hip-Hop, Horton and Graham Modern techniques, Jazz, Contemporary, African, and Classical Ballet at Sue B. Dance Company; founded by Eugene “Pineapple” Jackson. While at Sue B., Keith met and trained under Tap Master Chester Whitmore. Keith studied Dance at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK., and holds a Certification in Dance from the International Dance Academy.
From there Keith went on to study under names such as Chloe and Maud Arnold, Jason Janas, Derick Grant, Sarah Reich, and Greg Russell. Some of Keith's credits include Dawn Richard, Cedric The Entertainer, Chloe Arnold’s “Syncopated Ladies," Big Freedia, Nia Sioux, Kristin McQuaid, Faculty for Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera, Theatre Tulsa, and Brian Nhira from Season 10 of NBC's "The Voice."