All Star Dance Academy
12500 Willow Springs Rd, Haslet, Texas 76052 

Antone took his first dance class when he was 18 years old. He has studied under such great teachers/choreographers as Joe Lanteri, A.C Cuila, Joey Dowling, Mark Meismer and Jason Parsons. At the age of 20, Antoine started the dance company Independent Dance Xtreme where he was Artistic Director. His choreography has won numerous High Point awards at both the regional and national levels. At the age of 22, he won a total of 8 choreography awards including one presented by world-renowned choreographer Brian Friedman. Antoine’s students have gone on to be professional dancers and have also been featured on Fox’s TV show So You Think You Can Dance. Antoine is one of Arizona’s most requested teacher/choreographers. His passion for teaching is like no other. Antoine continues to teach all over the country and is happy to be a part of Phoenix Dance Cooperative.

Brittany Master teacher, performer and choreographer, Brittany Mains draws from her 15 years of dance training when in front of a classroom or on a stage. With a focus in Contemporary and Hip Hop, Brittany also possesses training in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Pilates and Yoga. Brittany has danced for artists including Macklemore (‘Dance Off’ official music video), Beat Connection (Capitol Hill Block Party) and has worked on various projects with Macklemore’s main choreographer, Anna Matuszewski. A native of Seattle, Brittany’s artistic ambitions led her to Los Angeles, California to pursue her professional career. She joined a performing arts company known as The Young Americans where she expanded her training in all forms of dance as well as broadened her knowledge in acting, vocal and choral training. Brittany traveled to countries including Russia, Germany, Spain, Gibraltar, Holland, Poland, France, England, Ireland, Scotland, Japan and South Korea teaching music and dance as a part of The Young American’s Outreach Program. Brittany also performed in the Macy’s Thanks Giving Day Parade, and has worked extensively with master teachers including Alex Little, Doug Caldwell and Daniel Cruz. Currently, Brittany works as a choreographer for the Seattle based studio, IGNITE and has been traveling around the country as a guest choreographer for various studios. Brittany has received numerous choreography awards from Spotlight Dance Competition, Rainbow Dance Competition, Hollywood Connection Regionals, Velocity Dance Competition, Masquerade Dance Competition, Revel Dance Competition, Move Dance Completion, Spotlight Nationals, Thunderstruck, Hollywood Connection nationals and many more. Most recently one of Brittany’s pieces was nominated for the “Industry Dance Awards” in Los Angeles California and had the honor of attending this prestigious event. Brittany is also on the panel of judges for Kids Artistic Review on the weekends in various cities around the United States. Coming this Fall, Brittany will be teaching for Kids Artistic Review Convention; teaching jazz and contemporary all over the nation! Brittany believes in the power of dance and its ability to enhance the mind, body and spirit. Using dance as an outlet to relieve all emotions and connect with others on a level beyond words, has helped her in all walks of life. Through her teaching, she hopes to share this gift with all of her students.

Enrico made his Broadway debut in BIG– the Musical (Chor: Susan Stroman). Since then, he has starred in the Broadway and national touring companies of Here Lies Love, Rent (Angel), Mamma Mia (pepper), The Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, Miss Saigon, Fame, Footloose (Ren), West Side Story, Bye Bye birdie starring Rue McClanahan, and Crazy for You choreographed by Susan Stroman. Enrico served as assistant choreographer to Baayork Lee and dancer in an episode of CBS’ The Good Wife. He also back up sang and danced for Bruno Mars at NFL Super Bowl XLVIII. His national commercials include Starburst, UPS, Subway, Mountain Dew, TD bank, to name a few. As an educator Enrico teaches Jazz, Lyrical, and Musical Theater at several studios and universities across the country and in Tokyo, Japan under the company “Broadway in Japan”. He is on the teaching staff of InStudio Dance alongside several So You Think You Can Dance alum, Triple Threat Musical Theater Camp, Just West of Broadway, and at Broadway Dance Center in New York City. Enrico was on faculty with The Pulse/Open Call and acted as emcee/judge, opening number choreographer, and convention teacher. He also toured with Next Level Dance Competition as head judge and choreographed the Nationals opening number. His choreography for studios across the country have won top overall awards at several regional and national dance competitions and many of his soloists have been featured in Dance Spirit magazine and CarmoDance on youtube.

 Danielle has been dancing and performing since the age of three in the Bay Area of California where she was strongly trained in tap, musical theatre, jazz, ballet, lyrical, contemporary, hip hop, modern, and ballroom. During Danielle’s 14 years as a competitive dancer she has been crowned Miss Teen Legacy, Miss Spotlight Dance, the Senior Hall of Fame Inductee of 2010, and has been awarded numerous 1st overall solo achievements, specialty awards, scholarships to train in New York and Los Angeles, and was scouted her senior year by DDO, a Los Angeles Talent Agency. After graduating high school she was a featured contemporary dancer on Season 8 of FOX’s “So You Think You Can Dance”, became a Pulse Protégé, Danced in multiple Music Videos in LA and toured in Hawaii with artist Aquile from NBC’s “the Voice” Team Xtina. Danielle moved from California to Texas to further her career and found a lot of joy working with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders on CMT’s “Making the Team” for 6 years. The Dallas Cowboys Organization brought even more opportunity to Danielle as she was able to perform in multiple NFL Halftime Shows with artists such as Selena Gomez, Meghan Trainor and Thomas Rhett. Danielle over the years came to realize that she was ready for the world to see her talent and she developed a new found passion for creating and choreographing unique styles of movement which lead her to become a USASF certified Dance Coach from 2013-2019 where she holds 2 World Champion Titles and 2 Summit Champion Titles as a Hip Hop Coach and Choreographer. Danielle now continues to perform, choreograph, and teach sharing her knowledge and experience with students and audiences all over the United States in hopes to inspire all of her students and athletes to understand and love dance just as her teachers and mentors have done for her. We are so excited to be the home for the her new hip-hop crew Motiv8’D.