Born in Chicago, Illinois, Kailey started dancing at the age of three and knew early on that's how she wanted to spend every day of her life. Her passion for dance touches every part of her life and performing is her oxygen. Her first break was on Disney Channel's, 'Make Your Mark' which led to a featured role in Disney's hit show, 'Shake it Up.' During her competitive years at Full Out, Kailey upheld her reputation as top dancer at almost all conventions and competitions she attended, and was a recipient of several scholarships. She trained in every style at Full Out, then transitioned as the University of Arizona as a dance major, one of the top 5 dance college programs in the nation. Kailey is now living in LA as a working dancer and is represented by Bloc Talent Agency.
Most recently, Kailey auditioned and was offered a spot on the LA Clippers Dance Team! Keep an eye out next season for the only redhead!
Kailey will continue to pursue her dream of being a professional performer while she resides in LA. Kailey is dedicated, hard-working, and beautiful, and acts as a true inspiration for the next generation of Full Out dancers.
Paloma was born and raised here in the East Valley of Arizona. She started dancing at three years old and hasn't stopped since. Paloma had the opportunity to be a part of Full Out’s first ever competitive team! She has been awarded many scholarships and titles from various workshops and conventions. In 2015, Paloma was awarded the title as NRG Prodigy from one of her favorite national conventions. She has had few experiences in the film industry, playing a lead role in David Shane’s “Make Your Day” music video. Paloma also has a calling for school spirit. She attended Queen Creek High School and was captain on their cheer team for four years. Her team won first place at the Arizona State Tournament all of her years at QHS. During her senior year, Paloma worked as Paige Tamarkin’s assistant and protége at Full Out to advance her leadership skills and experience in the rehearsal space. Paloma is now furthering her education & dancing in Eugene, Oregon, where she secured a Rookie spot as a Division 1 University of Oregon Duck dancer/cheerleader.
Paloma's passion for dance radiates on the field & she can’t wait for what's to come.
Emily is from Scottsdale, Arizona and has been dancing since she was two years old. Before entering competition dance, Emily mainly trained in ballet, jazz and modern. She attended Arizona School for the Arts and had the opportunity to also train and perform with Center Dance Ensemble, a modern company in Phoenix. For the modern dance company, Emily was able to perform as a featured soloist at age 13 during their annual show “Poetry in Motion”. After entering competitive dance, she had been awarded many overall titles and scholarships. Emily came to Full Out Performance Dance Company and trained in every style at Full Out. She continued her training at Colorado State University as a dance major. After a year of injury recovery, she decided to move to Los Angeles in fall of 2017 to continue to pursue dance in the commercial industry. Since then Emily has been continuing her training at LA studios such as, Edge, Millenium, Movement Lifestyle, and Playground LA. She has been focusing on training and bettering herself as an artist by attending as many auditions and classes she can fit in. In the meantime, Emily has also done a variety of performances around LA with, Arielle Creager, Melissa Miles, Dean Elex Bias, Amy Morgan, Eric Sanchez, and Shayla Justine.
Ben Ferguson started dancing with Full Out when he was a Junior in High School. He is now attending the University of Arizona School of Dance working to attain his BFA in Dance along with a Minor in Theatre Arts. At UofA Ben has had the pleasure to work the esteemed Dance Faculty at the University of Arizona's College of Fine Arts, which is one of the nation's top dance schools. When he's not in school, Ben has a passion for photography and videography and has started his own business doing so.
Over the years Ben has been able to work with Rogue Dance Theater as Julius Ceaser in Cleopatra and Colonel Mustard in And Then There Were None. He is also working with Justin Giles, creator, and director of SoulEscape The Company.
After high school, Marlye moved to North Hollywood, California to pursue her career in the commercial dance industry. Marlye trains at renowned LA dance studios, including: Edge Performing Arts, Millennium Dance Complex, and Movement Lifestyle. She is represented by Hollywood agency, The Movement Talent Agency. She can be seen dancing in several dance projects choreographed & directed by renowned choreographers, including: Nicole Kirkland, Havic, Jenn Taylor, Arielle Creager, etc. Marlye also is a member of the world famous hip hop dance crew, Academy of Villians. She has also travelled with several companies, as far as China. We are so proud of Marlye, and support her in all her endeavors.