Drew Alexander II, age 22, 4-time winner of the Chicago World’s Largest Stepping Contest for 2008,
2010, and 2011, and 2012. The winnings were inclusive of the Walking Category, 1st Place; the New
Skool Original Category, 1st Place; and the Trio Category, 1st Place. Drew was also the recipient of the
Most Exciting Dance Award for his Trio performance in 2010. He has been recognized as the only
person to have won three trophies in one competition- 2010.
Drew was featured in the 2012 February special edition of the acclaimed Ebony Magazine. Dance has
been a part of his life since age 5; Chicago Stepping since age 13. Attended the Tina Marie’s School of
Dance from June, 2001 to September, 2003 for Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet/Lyrical, and Tap, and because of
his love for dance he has also mastered a repertoire of dances which include Ballroom, Graystone, Bop,
Latin Hustle, Chop, and Salsa.
In October, 2009 with his deep dedication to dancing and wanting to share his knowledge, he founded in
Highland Park, MI, Smooth-Tivity Productions. Drew instructed 45 students at Renaissance High School
in Detroit, MI. and choreographed their performance for their Spring Fling. Additionally, Drew instructs
classes in Southfield, as well as, Hamtramck. Also, when called upon, Drew does private individual
sessions and instructs workshops throughout the United States.
Having instructed and mentored a number of up and coming dancers, Drew has introduced these
dancers to the world of competition: Edward Donaldson, Amanda Anderson, Candace Prater, Trina
Perryman: of which the majority have been winners.
His mission statement of his company is to develop excellent dancers whether for their personal dance
or for competition. His motto is Smooth activity creates Smooth-Tivity—Dare -To -Be Different. His goal
is not only to achieve for himself but to help others achieve as well.