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Tap LIVE!

VIRTUAL PROGRAM AVAILABLE! Please fill out this inquiry form or call 866-500-9265 for more information. (virtual programs are not charged a travel fee.) The Tap Live! assembly features award-winning performing artist, Quynn Johnson. This interactive and rhythmic performance shares the traditions and history of the American art form of tap dance, highlighting Quynn’s personal journey […]

The REMIX

The REMIX is an action-packed, rhythmic roller coaster, that explores the five elements of percussive dance (rhythm, energy, musicality, improvisation, and our x-factor). This interactive performance, featuring three dancers, fuses Hip Hop music with Tap and Stepping, bringing audiences dancing along the way. The REMIX creates a safe space for students to become both dancer […]

Tap LIVE! 101

In Tap Live! 101, students enjoy learning ways to create their own rhythm with tap dance. Students learn basic tap steps and explore the elements of dance and music. Team building and collaboration are important principles within the residency. As a group, students showcase their own choreography in a culminating performance at their school. (south of […]

Your Life Is a Work of Art

Bobby Beetcut’s program, Your Life is A Work of Art, uses music to immerse students in motion, rhythm, and mindfulness. Mixing live looping, beatboxing, multiple instruments, singing, dancing, and interactive play with basic principles of mindfulness, meditation, and creative visualization, this program teaches students how to view their life as a work of art and […]

Feet, Drum, Voice: A Soul Steps Workshop

This Soul Steps program explores the rich African-American cultural tradition known as step. Students use their bodies to create hip-hop infused rhythms through call and response patterns and foundational step choreography. They also examine step’s early roots in the mines of South Africa, through South African gumboot dance. If time permits, students can share a […]

Breaking: The Laws of Physics

Ready to learn Physics in a brand new way? This high-powered assembly program teaches states of matter (solid, liquid, and gas) through breakdancing, with the energy, enthusiasm, and unique educational approach that only Hip Hop Fundamentals can bring! Dancing molecules, interactive “experiments,” and genuine fun come together to provide students with a science experience they’ll […]

Intro to Capoeira

Developed in Brazil by enslaved Africans during the 16th century, the martial art of Capoeira, disguised as a dance and including acrobatics, music, and the Portuguese language, was used as a means to resist oppression in the relentless struggle for freedom. This program led by Leigh Robertson gives students the opportunity to participate in all […]

Shakespeare All Day

In addition to their provocative performances, the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ also conducts engaging workshops that get students on their feet to perform Shakespeare’s text.  While the performances engage, educate, and enlighten, the workshops make the experience more personal. Together, they transform Shakespeare from merely words in “some old book” to a fun, easily understood and accessible […]

Dance Passport

By juxtaposing the dance works of acclaimed international choreographers from places such as Turkey, Cuba, and Taiwan, this inspiring program asks audience members to consider how cultural tradition affects identity and self-expression. With Nimbus Dance students experience how artistic innovation can transcend an individual’s background to achieve universal expression.  

Hip Hop 4 Health

Through energizing breakdancing and lots of audience interaction Hip Hop Fundamentals introduces students to a simple concept: You have the power to make decisions about your own health. Students follow one boy through a day, helping him choose what and how he can eat, drink, and play. Emphasizing that students can make their own health-based […]

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