Alexis Roberts started dancing at Dance Craze at the age of 2 in Washington, Missouri. Her love for the art grew as she began competing at the age of 5. She began to train more seriously in jazz, contemporary, hip hop, musical theatre, tumbling, and all-star cheerleading, under the direction of her parents. She had the opportunity to work closely with St. Louis based teachers and choreographers, such as Anthony Redd Williams and Kelly Daugherty.
Roberts moved to Orange, California to attend Chapman University College of Performing Arts as a Dance major. She was a member of the Chapman University Dance Team, winning four collegiate national championships. She was also a member of the Team Shaka hip hop crew for all four years. Roberts served as President of both teams her senior year. During her time at Chapman, she trained closely with professors and choreographers, such as Alicia Guy, Wilson Mendieta, and Will Johnston. She also choreographed for Technology for Live Performance, Concert InTime, Chapman Dance Alliance, and USA Spirit Nationals. Roberts had the opportunity to choreograph a short film produced by Dodge College called “Come On Eileen”. Roberts graduated with honors and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Performance in 2020.
Her passion for teaching and choreography has enabled her to work closely with numerous dance studios, dance teams, cheerleading teams, and theatre programs on both recreational and competitive levels. She co-directed, choreographed, and performed in Roisee’s official music video “Ride My Wave”. Most recently, Roberts choreographed several shows for Cedar Fair Entertainment Company and Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, including Pump-Up Pep Rally, Monster Mash-Up with The Shrieks Band, Rockin’ Holiday Hits, Club KI, and Coven. Roberts is eager to use the knowledge and experience she has gained to pursue a career in Los Angeles, California.