Alan Freitag is a Chicago Native and was born and raised on the south side of the city.
Born to parents who balanced their artistic skills with their ability to blend into the working class professional, Alan has a gift for understanding the power of entertainment, professionalism, and accomplishing overall goals within a specified time frame.
As a child Alan was apart of a Nonprofit organization, call The Happiness Club, where he went on to perform at the many events such the White House Easter Egg Roll (2011, 2015, 2016), and Lollapalooza several times. Alan began training to be a professional dancer at the age of 13 at a hip hop dance program run through After School Matters, called Hi-def Dance ensemble. By his senior year of high school at Kenwood Academy he was the intern for the program. At the age of 17, he began working closely with choreographer Ian Eastwood as apart of the Young Lions dance group. He went on to perform with them at World of Dance twice as well as other performances.
After graduating, Alan assisted a 2 week dance intensive in LA in the summer. Immediately after coming back to Chicago, he landed a spot on the NBA Chicago Bulls all male dance team, the 312 Crew. He also performed with Blu Rhythm Crew as a background dancer for Jamila Woods Red Bull series concert.
Alan’s deep passion for learning and helping others learn has pushed him into teaching. He currently is teaching an after school program at Harlan Academy. He is skilled at teaching at any level needed for his students to grow and retain knowledge.