DragonBalls was created by 5 amazing kids with
Anthony Lee’s choreography with complex, beautiful routines. The dancers Ari Zari, Chloe Enriquez, Jason Lin, Will Simmons and Morgan Shea come from different backgrounds and share the love for hip hop dance. Performing to Sur Le Fil, composed by Yann Tierson, the crew has met at the intersection of culture and entertainment to change your perception on what Hip Hop dance is supposed to be.

This talented group of kids practice 20-30+ hours a week perfecting their craft. Previously performing together as Miniotics, this dynamic crew has been groomed in Pop, Robotics and Choreography under the direction of Matt “Dumbo” Nguyen of Poreotics. United together as professionals, dancers and most important, friends! Come meet us at the intersection and enjoy this special routine!

Arianalynn “Ari” Zari
14 years old, is a young dancer and choreographer who has accomplished so much at such an early age. Arianalynn was chosen as one of the original members of Boogiezone’s Offspring when she was only 9 years old. Even though her passion is in Hip Hop, she has also trained in other various styles of dance. She started formal dance training at the age of 4 and has been fortunate to have trained and performed with some of the best choreographers and dancers in the industry. Some of them are –  Future Shock/Culture Shock Los Angeles, Dave Scott’s Ekids, Epic Props, GRV’s Gravy Babies, Poreotics’ Miniotics, and Boogiezone’s Offspring.

On the flip side of all of these accomplishments and success are the disappointments and rejection that are felt by many dancers. Arianalynn has been diagnosed with Lupus, which was very challenging – both physically and emotionally – almost forcing her to quit her passion: Dance. Yet these have become unexpected sources of blessings in disguise by helping with her creativity with dance; And now through her recent struggles, she is also growing stronger as a person. Her personal experiences brings her to dance from the heart. One thing that Arianalynn would hope to do is to inspire others – to find and do what they love, regardless of what anyone thinks or says.

Chloe Enriquez
At age 5, took her first ballet class and hasn’t stopped since. But, it wasn’t until she took herfirst hip hop class at age 8, that she discovered her true love for dance. It was from this young age thatChloe decided to give up all-star soccer, gymnastics and soft ball to devote all her free time to dance. Atthe age of 9, she was awarded Magic Junior Performer of the Weekend. She went on to LADM’s and was awarded Junior Magic Performer of the Year.Chloe auditioned and became a member of Boogiezone Offspring Hip Hop Crew,Miniotics Dance Crew, and Gravy Babies Dance Crew.As a dancer Chloe has been on America’s Got Talent, booked the Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice Awards, andwas a dancer/soloist in the Soul of Korea performed at the Irvine Barclay Theater. Chloe also hadamazing performance opportunities with her Miniotic’s crew mates. One of their most amazingshowcases was performing for Dee-Pak Chopra at the Sages and Scientist Symposium. The “Mini”group also performed at Choreographers Carnival in Los Angeles and Hip Hop International in Las Vegas.They also had the rare opportunity to participate in a kids work out video with the artist Xinja. In 2012,Chloe was accepted into the Commercial Dance Conservatory at the Orange County School of the Artsas a 7th grader. Recently, Chloe had the amazing opportunity to work with film director Jessy Terrero in Daddy Yankee’s music video Limbo as a dancer and soloist. In just a few short weeks since the Limbo ‘dropped’, the video has received over 4 million views and continues to grow each day. Chloe would like to thank her mom and dad and bro, Francisco Gella, her biggest mentor Saleemah

Knight and her ‘mini’ family. Without the support from those she loves, none of this would have beenpossible.

Jason Lin
A 14 year old dancer who also shows interest in the violin, drums, and basketball. From age 5, Jason has strived to become the best dancer he can, starting at Dellos Dance and Performing Arts Studio, through Marvels Dance Company, and now landing in Miniotics Dance Crew and GRaVy BaBies Dance Company. Throughout his dance experience, Jason has been featured in many big performances, such as performing with the Poreotics and Elektrolytes on the America’s Best Dance Crew Season 7 Finale.

William B. Simmons II a.k.a. “BigWill”
Ever since he was 3 years old, he knewdancing, performing on stage and acting is what he wanted to do. Popping is his first love. He also train at various dance studios in the Los Angeles and Orange county areas in differentgenres such as: hip-hop, ballet, jazz, contemporary, locking, robotics breaking and tricking. Currently a part of Miniotics, Boogiezone Offspring, Baneful Brew, Character Crew, andGRaVy Babies, he’s also been blessed to be part of great projects such as: Disney, “Just Dance”Video game, “The Voice” with Cee-Lo Green, The Dr. Phil Show with Matty B, a David GuettaMusic Video, Perform at the E3 Video game convention, The Ellen Degeneres Show performingwith Miranda Cosgrove and being a principal dancer for an upcoming video release and TVshow for Riff Rockit! Last summer he toured with Macy’s Presents “Glamorama,” a benefit showthat raises money for children living with cancer. He most recently worked on Modern Family,The Neighbors, Jessie and Austin & Ally.Big Will says his biggest dance inspiration, my sister, “Christina!”