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OCTOBER 13-15 Sheraton Sioux Falls!
This year we welcome instructors from FLOW 40!
Grant Chenok began his training in the San Francisco Bay Area and could have never expected to have lived in Oklahoma City, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, as a result. He holds a Bachelor of Performing Arts degree of Oklahoma City University. Grant worked professionally in Los Angeles for 8 years working on multiple television, movie, commercial and video productions.
He has appeared on NBC’s Days of Our Lives and Scrubs, the Disney Channel’s Drake and Josh, as well as the History Channel’s Come Home Alive. Also appearing in the feature film Zombie Prom starring Ru Paul, VH1’s movie 30 Days Till I’m Famous and short film Mother’s Be Good. Grant’s commercial/industrial credits include: Burger King, Nike, Paramount, Bugaboo Strollers and Pepsi. He has also performed in music videos with the Pussycat Dolls, Busta Rhymes, U.K. artist Jem, Brittany Murphy, Mandi Leigh, Jahzmyne and Paul Oakenfold. Grant has also worked on the Paul McCartney Tour, with the Vietnamese production Kim Loi Cali, and has opened for pop starts, Nina Skye, Tone Loc and Ashlee Simpson. Some of his live stage credits include the Mision America World Tour, the Miss California Pageant and the West Coast Premiere of Footloose. Some of his most memorable moments include the Pussycat Dolls video “Dontcha” and Brittany Murphy video entitled “Faster Kill Pussycat.”
Grant has been fortunate to work with studios across 40 of the 50 U.S. states, as well as studios in Belgium, Holland and England. Grant keeps busy spreading the love of dance, as proud co-founder of Flow 40 Dance Workshops.
He has appeared in La La Land, Alvin & The Chipmunks (as Theodore’s Dance Double), The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure (J Edgar), Hop with Russell Brand, The Muppets, G.I. Joe 2, and various other spots on The History Channel, Comedy Central, VH1, The Idea Network, andNBC.
Nick has been seen on the Emmys, Golden Globes, Spike TV’s Video Game Awards with Neil Patrick Harris, and The People’s Choice Awards with Queen Latifah. In addition to his film and television work, Nick has appeared in front of national and international audiences in Jeff Amsden’s A Few Good Men Dancin’ and as Gene Kelly in “The Good Steno” with Paul Ben-Victor. His interest in health and nutrition has given him the opportunity to model for Men’s Fitness Magazine and XM Radio. Drago can also worked with Jillian Michael’s (The Biggest Loser) and Leslie Sansone’s fitness and training videos. Commercially, Drago has worked with Exxon gasoline, Jagermeister, MBNA, Smithfield Ham, Ford, Dickies, and San Miguel Beer. A dancer in such industrials for Harley Davidson and Liberty Mutual, he has also worked with, music and film stars, Jason Segel, Jamie Pressly, Chazz Palminteri, Christopher Lloyd, Ru Paul, Brittany Murphy, Mariah Carey, Jem, One Republic, and Rihanna.
John Rokita is very excited to be a part of the Flow 40 experience. He has been performing and teaching for over 17 years. He was a featured dancer in the internationally known show “A Few Good Men Dancing” on Broadway in New York and for the North American and European tours. John has also danced for the Walt Disney Corp. in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Puerto Rico. His industrial work includes Dr. Pepper and Hilton and Hyatt hotels. In addition, John has taught at such recognizable studios as The Edge Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles, Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio in Los Angeles, and Broadway Dance Center in New York. His choreography has won numerous awards across the United States and Canada. John currently resides in the St. Louis, MO area where he teaches, choreographs, and works to share his love for dance. He has also begun working with his own company, The Collaboration, which will soon be performing throughout the Midwest.