Jack Ya Body Part 1 features Storm's "Solo for Two," the Rubberband Dance Company, and Jen Sabel. Part of the New York City Hip-Hop Theater Festival.
U.S. Premiere of "Solo For Two," a multi-media Hip-Hop dance theater piece from France that humorously explores notions of "self" in the context of life's everyday hustle, internal conflict, evolution and faith.
Hailing from Montreal, the Rubberband Dance Company seamlessly integrates modern and Hip-Hop dance aesthetic forms to create unique and innovative works. They will present "Re-Inventing the Hip-Hop Routine: Take 3," a mosaic of ideas that inject new forms into Hip-Hop dance and Secret Service, where a specially trained division of the military police perform exercises to demonstrate the skills of this classified squad.
Jen Sabel's Open Street Hydrant features an all-female dance ensemble that takes an in-depth look at police brutality in New York City.
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