Monday, July 21, 2008

America's Best Dance Crew LIVE Schedule

Tickets go on sale soon.

Tour dates:
Sep 18 Miami, FL: Waterfront Theatre at the American Airlines Arena
Sep 19 Tampa, FL: Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center
Sep 20 Atlanta, GA: Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center
Sep 21 Clemson, SC: Littlejohn Coliseum
Sep 23 New York, NY: WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden
Sep 25 Boston, MA: Citi Performing Arts Center
Sep 26 Atlantic City, NJ: Adrian Phillips Ballroom
Sep 27 Sewell, NJ: Commerce Bank Arts Centre
Sep 29 Washington, DC: DAR Constitution Hall
Sep 30 Newark, NJ: New Jersey Performing Arts Center
Oct 1 Albany, NY: The Palace Theater
Oct 3 Detroit, MI: Masonic Temple Theatre
Oct 4 Milwaukee, WI: Milwaukee Theatre
Oct 5 Rosemont, IL: Rosemont Theatre
Oct 6 Kansas City, MO: Midland Theatre
Oct 8 Denver, CO: Wells Fargo Theatre
Oct 11 Oakland, CA: Paramount Theatre of the Arts
Oct 12 Los Angeles, CA: Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE
Oct 14 Portland, OR: Rose Quarter - Theater Of The Clouds
Oct 15 Everett, WA: Comcast Arena at Everett Events Center

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Friday, July 11, 2008

Week 4: The Speed-Up Challenge

Here's how it played out:
Boogie Bots started out, dancing to Lil Wayne's Lollipop. There was no theme to their performance, but some good moves including tut-ing, back flips, and some wicked rolls. Not nearly as fun as last week, and a little sloppy.

Super Cr3w had a graffiti artist and gold statue theme, and their moves fit the theme. Dancing to Creator by Santogold, they used a lot of B-boy moves incluing coin drop and flips. While Lil Mama thought it was original, Shane was not blown away.

A.S.I.I.D. played a bizarre game of cops and ballerina robbers, dancing to Dangerous. This enabled them to throw ballet moves into the mix, which thrilled the judges.

SoReal Cru danced to Chris Brown's With You. There was no theme, but the moves were some of the most intricate of the night, with circles, some sexy body rolls and something needing overhead camerawork. Judges' verdict: cool but not dope, with the fast section involving too much thinking, not enough selling.

Fanny Pak stuck to their retro roots, staging a prom gone poisonous to Mariah Carey's Touch My Body. This crew understands themes and props, and threw in some fun flips and booty shakes, enough to make Shane call them his favorite group right now.

Phresh Select used some nerd and a statue theme that I couldn't quite figure out. They danced to Shawty is a Ten by the Dreams. There were a few good moves, but the judges didn't find it complicated enough.

Supreme Soul Partied Like a Rock Star, working the theme, the shirts and some acrobatic flips to appease the judges. Their performance was good enough to save them for another week.

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Thursday, July 10, 2008

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