We are now taking bookings for our program: THE HOLIDAY HU$TLE! About The Program This program features a skit about a group of performers doing shows out on the street to earn some extra cash for the holidays. Well, things don’t exactly go as planned, and an important lesson is learned by the group along the way. And of course, we are KABUKIDANCERS, so you can expect plenty of music, dance, and laughs as well. There is also a dance workshop for viewers to participate in at the conclusion of the performance. Book
Thanks to the Concordia Sentinel for the feature in their newspaper! This week we are supporting the Anti-Bullying Alliance in #AntiBullyingWeek and the theme is #OneKindWord. We believe kindness can be a turning point, it can change someone's day and it can break the cycle of bullying. Don't forget you can now book our Anti-Bullying program: Drop The B.E.A.T by clicking here.
We will be available for live performances as well as virtual pre-recorded versions of our programs going into the Fall 2021 season. Specifically, with October already here, our Anti-bullying program, Drop The B.E.A.T (Bullying Ends After Talking), is ready to go! Our performers are fully-vaccinated and we have adapted our programs so everyone can enjoy the shows while staying as safe as possible. Click here to contact us. for more info.
Sticking with this year's theme of stories and tales, we would like to tell a story about the origins of Hip-Hop dance. In our newest program, "Breakin' It Down" we discuss the many different types of dance styles derived and influenced by Hip-Hop culture. This includes: Breakin Popping Locking Waving
Celebrate Black History Month By Booking Our Virtual Program “THE BREAKDOWN” A Lesson on Hip-Hop History
In honor of Black History Month, we have put together a *VIRTUAL PROGRAM VERSION of our program, "THE BREAKDOWN". This program focuses on the history of Hip-Hop and the important figures that pioneered the culture. It also includes a discussion on the elem ents of Hip-Hop (and their respective pioneers), demonstrations, a dance workshop which the audience can participate in, and a dance performance by us at the end. We also speak on drums as they relate to black history and also asan influential element to the creation