Laetitia's formative years were spent in the Amazon where she was born and raised until moving to Canada at the age of 15. From an early age, she became passionate about theatre and dance. With the years, this passion bloomed and flourished taking her on a self-discovery journey.
For the first 10 years of her career path, she acted in Spanish, French and English both in films and television. Her acting skills and improvisational talents led her to work in the corporate coaching world.
After her son was born, Laetitia wanted more and decided to go back to school to become a Mental Health professional. Today, her career path is still expanding in all three areas. Laetitia strongly believes in communication and always encourages the individuals she works with to give their emotions a voice in order to expand their awareness.
SARAH MURPHY DYSON
Sarah Murphy-Dyson is a Gemini Award-winning, former First Soloist with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company. She starred in the North American premiere of Dirty Dancing (Mirvish), was a stunt double for Milla Jovovich and Kate Beckinsale, dance coach for Jennifer Lopez, and has performed, choreographed, adjudicated and taught all over the world.
She now works as an actor and can be seen onstage, and onscreen in numerous award-winning commercials, and in such shows as Suits (NBC), Workin’ Moms (Netflix), 12 Monkeys (SyFy), Off Kilter (CBC) and films such as, The Dark (Dor/Firstlove) Capote (Sony), and Shall We Dance (Mirimax). Sarah produced a George F Walker double bill, featuring world premieres, both of which she also starred in, at Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto.
Sarah works as a Session Director for one of Canada's top commercial casting agencies, Jigsaw Casting. She has produced, directed, and choreographed music videos, and a short film. She produced a toured collaboration called, ‘A Band and a Ballerina’, with acclaimed artist Evan Freeman. Sarah is thrilled to be a part of Fuze Entertainment. She is also a teacher of Dancing With Parkinsons, a writer, and a proud mother.
Alexandra is a producer, choreographer and dancer who splits her time between Toronto and Los Angeles. Alexandra is an inspiring presence within the industry and her community.
She began her career performing on tours in Europe, Asia and North America. Alexandra has performed with some of today’s iconic artists; Lady Gaga, Nick Jonas and Psy. Alexandra has choreographed on productions of RENT and AMERICAN IDIOT, as well as with famed circus performers in, The Girlie Show.
Alexandra was also Lead Dancer, Dance Captain and Assistant Choreographer in Mixie - an intriguing show about cultural identity and growing up mixed-race in Canada. Setting her sights on the film and television industry, Alexandra film dance credits include: Hairspray (the movie), The Next Step, Make it Pop, The Next Star, Full Out (the movie), Skins, American Gods and I, Martin Short, Goes Home and Disney’s Zombies. Alexandra has also choreographed music videos for Canadian superstars, including; Ruth B., Dragonette, Courage My Love and Josh Bogert.
Ashé is a neo alternative soul singer and songwriter. She was born into a musical family in Toronto where she studied classical voice and later jazz, pop and soul. She has performed with Juno award winner alumni, in musical theatre productions and at Jazz and Blues festivals across Canada.
Previously living with a devastating anxiety disorder, the stage used to be a terrifying place for young Ashé. Now she helps others with her unique stage coaching. As a vocal coach she believes: ‘The body is an instrument, we breathe in air to fuel our intention, connection to our vocal chords is initiated and we have what we call sound.’
Ashé recently played Andrea in The Lower Ossington Theatre production of Once On This Island. She can also be seen working alongside small ensembles, singing the national anthem at Woodbine race track or with Army of Sass Toronto, a heels dance company focused on female empowerment and confidence building.
JANET L. CASTILO
Janet L. Castillo is a Dance and Performance Coach, TV Host and Producer
of the WORK IT! TV Show. She has worked and trained in various styles
with the industry’s best from Toronto, New York City, Hollywood, and
London, England. Passionate about her craft and making a difference,
Janet’s mission is to spread dance to as many people as possible through her
dynamic dance workshops, motivational talks and coaching programs.
She uses dance as a tool for inspiring and empowering others to fearlessly go after their dreams. From beginner to professional, she has impacted
hundreds of students with her energy, passion, and creativity.
As a TV personality, she is the host and co-producer of the WORK IT! TV
Show which teaches audiences how to get the moves and style of today’s
leading popstars. Additional television and film appearances include Much
Music’s Best Dance Crew, So You Think You Can Dance, Making it Big
Reality TV Show, World of Dance, Latin Grammys, Jammx Kids TV
Special (Queen Latifha, Randy Jackson), Take the Lead and Honey.
She has worked with superstars Jennifer Lopez, Christina Milian, JoJo, Hip
Hop Legend Kurtis Blow, Canadian Idol ‘Gary Beals’, American Idol
‘Jasmine Trias’, and was the dance captain for a touring urban musical co-
produced by Cedric the Entertainer and Tyler Perry. Additionally, she has
concieved and choreographed award-winning work for the PAN AM Games
Closing Ceremonies, Canadian Olympic Committee, Macys, Four Seasons,
Canadian Philippine Fashion Week, and Catalyst the Company co-founded
by her partner Natasha Powell.
As a speaker, she has given motivational talks on living your passion and
going after your dreams for TEDx, Girl Talk Empowerment, Girls Action,
and Project Empowerment. Janet sees the world as a stage and lives daily by her motto “Inspire. Move. Create. JUST DANCE.”