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The two first met in 2008, when he visited Chynoweth's studio to teach a master class right after finishing his run on “So You Think You Can Dance." Impressed, Manoukian asked Chynoweth's mom if he could coach the young dancer, and an awesome match was born: Not only did he start choreographing Chynoweth's competition solos, but he also invited her to shadow him and his b-boy crew.
Thanks to Chynoweth's tumbling skills, the two were able to hit the ground running.
Superman: Dawn of Justice, and a part in the TV show “The Last Ship." Acting is a natural fit for Chynoweth, who's always had one foot in “fairy-tale land." “Since I was a little girl, I've found it interesting to pretend to be something I'm not," she says.
Chynoweth sees both dancing and acting as vehicles for storytelling—which explains her off-the-chain stage presence as a dancer.
“When you're having a conversation with someone, there might be points where you raise your voice or whisper—you don't yell the whole time," she says.
“I believe you need all of those elements to keep people interested and wanting to watch.
Her work with The PULSE spilled over into her professional life when she teamed up with a bunch of other talented young PULSE alums to form a crew called The Protégés. To make it onto MTV's “America's Best Dance Crew." Though they didn't earn a spot on the main show, the moment was a turning point for Chynoweth.
Every professional choice Chynoweth makes further develops her unmistakable style, which she calls “a balance between hard-hitting, energized movement and slow, sensual movement." Having such a big dance toolbox helps her keep her audience guessing.“I would do dance competitions every weekend and take class every day after school until 9 pm," Chynoweth says. She also scored a coveted spot as one of The PULSE on Tour's 2010/2011 Elite Protégés, touring with top choreographers like Dave Scott, Mia Michaels, Cris Judd, Laurieann Gibson and Brian Friedman.