Khalif Morgan is a Dancer/Choreographer/Entertainer from Los Angeles, California. He began his career as an artist at the age of 10 when he began training in Cirque School as an acrobatic contortionist and an aerialist. It wasn’t until high school that he began training technically to begin broadening his horizons and become a versatile dancer, that is also where he found his love of teaching. He has trained in Ballet, Modern, Contemporary/Lyrical, Musical Theatre, Tap, Jazz, and Hip Hop. He trained at the Ailey School in New York City while doing many jobs from lounge singer to dismembered corpse in a haunted house! During his time in New York, he got the opportunity to work as Lola’s understudy in the Broadway Production of Kinky Boots. His latest works consist of working as a Competition Teacher/Choreographer, Private Instructor, Ballet Director, and Part-Time Teacher. He is a very creative outgoing person and teacher and that shows in his work. He loves to let his students express themselves through their movement and help them grow to prepare them for the professional dance industry.