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Randi-Kay Anthony
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Randi-Kay Anthony, a Michigan native, is known as one of the most innovative Lyrical, Jazz/Contemporary, choreographers in the industry having moved to Chicago at an early age to pursue dance. She became a member of dance groups such as Phormations and Prevail who were prominent in the dance scene in Chicago at the time.

Randi-Kay also trained in Los Angeles and New York City on convention scholarships, and was notably featured as a finalist on one of MTV's first internationally televised dance competitions, “The Wade Robson Project”. She has also been featured in many choreography reels and studied under choreographers such as Brian Thomas (BT), Suave, Mia Michaels, Mandy Moore, and Gerard Heintz, and has been an assistant to the likes of Glenn Douglas Packard, who has choreographed for artists such as Michael Jackson, Mya, Pink, and Usher.

As the Owner at Fusion Dance Center in Holt, Michigan, Randi-Kay currently guest choreographs and teaches workshops and master classes around the country and has been on faculty for different conventions such as “danceSTATIC” and “Just Dance”. Randi-Kay’s award winning choreography and dancers have been featured in some of Chicago’s biggest shows and festivals such as Dance Chicago and L.I.F.E, to name a few.

Randi-Kay Anthony’s unique choreography and teaching style, along with her infectious personality and energy makes her undoubtedly a sought after commodity in the dance industry today.