Gabriel “Kwikstep” Dionisio AKA DJ KS 360 started dancing between the ages of 6 and 7 influenced by Soul Train and block parties in NYC. Kwikstep has performed in PBS’s Peabody Award-winning “Everybody Dance Now,” the Great Performances 20th Anniversary Special, and Kurt Weill’s “September Songs,” which was nominated for an Emmy Award. Kwikstep is a Bessie award recipient for choreography and also founded his crew known as Full Circle in 1992. In 1996 Kwikstep and his wife Rokafella established Full Circle as a non-profit internationally acclaimed Hip hop collective known as Full Circle Productions Inc and it’s members are known as Full Circle Souljahs. Today he is an international icon in breaking and is best known for his smooth style, versatility and signature head spins. He was also an original founding member choreographer and principal dancer in companies such as Rhythm Technicians and GhettOriginal who were the creators of “Jam on the Groove” which was nominated for a Drama Desk Award. Most recently Kwikstep is a featured dancer in The Netflix Series “The Get Down” directed by Baz Lerhman.