We had the opportunity to perform at Rockland's 6th Annual Hip-Hop showcase last night on 12/19, and it was AWESOME! "The showcase is an opportunity for everyone in the community to experience Hip-Hop as a culture and a movement." Well, we certainly got the chance to experience so much positive energy and support in one room!
The event was held at Clarkstown South High School in West Nyack, and the event had an exhibition bracket for dancers and a competitive bracket for dancers. There were also artists selling their artwork at vendor's tables. We had a vendor's table of our own with information about the studio and played an infomercial. We also had our "Surge Merch" for people to view online.
Our students, Nikki, Kirsten, and guest student, Kennedee performed the hip-hop trio "We in This Thing", choreographed by Miss Carly, in the exhibition bracket. They opened up the show, and they set the bar high!
We had Miss Carly, and our guest faculty teachers, Miss Jenna, Miss Margot, and Mr. Erick perform a piece as well in the competitive bracket, and they did great as well! We received so many compliments and passed out a lot of business cards. It was a great event hosted by Rockland Hip-Hop, which our very own graffiti art teacher, Mr. Alim, is part of! Great job to all of the performers, and thank you to those who came out to support!
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