Our Baton Rouge premiere of Shots Fired was another success! Thank you to all of our guest speakers and attendees who joined us for an afternoon filled with positivity, education, music and dance! Special thanks to Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome, the Baton Rouge Police Department, Moms Demand Action, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge, the Louisiana Office of Cultural Development, the East Baton Rouge Parish Library, TRUCE Baton Rouge, Acadiana Center for the Arts and the Lafayette Economic Development Authority (LEDA) for believing in our vision. [gallery
We wanted to thank everyone who came out and supported us at the New Orleans premiere of our new program focused on youth gun violence and safety, Shots Fired! To book the Kabuki Dancers Shots Fired program near you, click here. Watch the video below to learn more about our latest program! [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nc5AsfHxoFU[/embed]
We stopped by the AC23 podcast to s talk about South Louisiana B/boys, being a positive force in the lives of young people, and the importance of belonging to a Kru. Be sure to check it out on iTunes, Spotify, and Soundcloud! Click here to listen!
We finally have a website! We know you have been asking and we have delivered. See some features our new site has to offer! 1. Events We are excited to showcase some of our events so that the community can find out how to join our mission to help make a positive change. Check out our calendar page for more information over the next few months as we get ready to premier our newest program - Shots Fired! 2. Our Booking Now bookings are easier than ever, you can visit our
Article Credited to Bayou Life If you bully someone, it will hurt yourself,” nine-year-old Florence confidently states into a microphone to a group of attentive grade-school children. Some children sit in chairs with their summer camp counselors, while a talkative bunch huddle together on the floor of an event room in Ollie Burns Branch Library. Florence, wearing jean shorts, a tee, and an oversized hoodie, stands close to her mother, retelling her experience with school-yard bullies. Joining them on stage are four members of the Kabuki Dancers, a
Article Credited to The Acadiana Advocate They are an unlikely group of crusaders. Three dancers, a poet and a drummer. Their strength is a combination of narration, dance and live percussion. And a willingness to tackle the toughest of subjects. Jude Romero, Torrez Hypolite, Herb "Pucci" Green, Alex “PoeticSoul” Johnson and leader Terrance Morgan, collectively known as the Kabuki Dancers, are the progenitors of “Drop the BEAT,” which stands for Bullying Ends After Talking. On this morning, they're at the recently renamed Middlebrook Elementary. Of all the causes they could preach