I.aM.mE</br>Dance Crew

I.aM.mE
Dance Crew

Presented by: Centrepointe Theatres
Centrepointe Theatre
Friday,  November 04, 2016 at 8:00 p.m.

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Where the streets meet the stage, you’ll find the I.aM.mE dance crew heating up the crowd with their positive energy. This troupe of six urban dancers owned America's Best Dance Crews sixth season. The champion group left audiences awe-struck after every number and hungry for more hip-hop.

 

Straight from your screen, I.aM.mE’s electrifying choreography looks like a moving kaleidoscope of colour. The six dancers morph seamlessly from shape to shape, dividing, uniting and exploding to the beat. Reality dance fans will have no trouble recognizing these breakout stars.



 

Jana “Jaja” Va┼łková is a fan favourite who first popped and locked her way into our hearts on So You Think You Can Dance as a protégée of Ellen’s new sidekick "tWitch", bringing hip-hop into living rooms across the continent. You’ve also seen her dominating dancefloor battles in the most recent Step Up movie.

 

Phillip “PacMan” Chbeeb is the Star of Ed Sheeran’s Don’t video. He had no formal dance training, but began dancing as a teenager in Houston and co-founded the group Marvelous Motion. He was partnered with contemporary dancer and eventual winner Jeanine Mason on So You Think You Can Dance.

 

Brandon "747" Harrell is another native of Houston, and was also part of the Marvelous Motion crew, having turned down a full sports scholarship to Southern University in Baton Rouge to follow his dream of becoming a choreographer.

 

Emilio "Millie" Dosal began dancing late, at age 18, but ten years of Taekwondo training had him primed to take on the fierce world of street dance. He is known for his hip-hop and popping skills and has appeared on So You Think You Can Dance as well as the film Step Up: All In with his crewmate Jaja.

 

Tamara Rapp, originally from Hawaii, moved to Los Angeles where she competed with 8 Flavahz, the runners-up in the seventh season of MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew.

 

Scarlett Nabil danced into I.aM.mE, straight from Mexico’s Funkdation Crew sharing different styles of street dance on the seventh season of America’s Best Dance Crew.

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I.aM.mE Dance Crew is looking for the top Hip Hop groups or soloists from Ottawa’s dance competition community.

The top three groups will open for I.aM.mE on November 4, and the grand prize winner will receive an exclusive Master Class Workshop with I.aM.mE, and tickets to see the show!

Post a video of your best solo or group dance routine to the Centrepointe Theatres Facebook page, or tag us on Twitter, and make sure to use the hashtag #CTGrooves.

Winners will be contacted by private message on November 1.

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Genre: Variety, Dance
Language: English
Tickets: Prem $ 68.25 | Reg $ 63.25 | Balcony $51.25| Flex Pkg $ 58.25 (Orch only)


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November 04 at 8:00 pm