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Dare to B: School vs School

In Events on May 17, 2010 by danceumbrella

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Dare to B: School vs School

Who will be the city-wide Dare to B  champions?

Students have formed teams similar to a sports team under the instruction of professional dance instructors and are ready to proudly represent their school. They will be competing on behalf of their school at the city championship while their friends and family cheer them on.

Will it be:
Thistletown CI
Jarvis CI
North  Albion CI
Newtonbrook
Greenwood Secondary
Upper Canada College
C.W.  Jefferys

Wednesday May 19th 2010
The Isabel Bader  Theatre;
93 Charles Street West, Toronto Ontario
530pm to 9pm

Advance  tickets:
$7.00 Students admission
$10.00 Regular admission

Also  featuring:
2 vs 2 – Pro bboy/bgirl battle
$400.00

Massive  Youth Cypher!
All students out there who wanna be inspired and dance  with other youth who are learning and newly connecting to our amazing  culture, come and cypher! Share your passion and just get down to the  funky sound!

DJ:
Left2lep – Albino Zebra

Hosted by:
Drops  (Supernaturalz)
Lethal (Supernaturalz)

Judges:
Fundamentals  – Antics (Supernaturalz)
Artistic – J-Rebel (Supernaturalz)
Dynamics  – Switch B (RBP)
Execution – Eric (Floetic)
Battle – Lethal  (Supernaturalz)

Got questions? Email info@breakitdown.ca

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Thank you to our  supporters: Ontario Arts Council, Dare Arts, Dance Umbrella of Ontario,  B2DU, Theatre Ontario, hiptix
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Dare to Be:

The Dare to B project is 14 week breakdancing (b-boy/b-girl) youth inspiration program and we have inspiring over a hundred teens to express themselves through dance. The goal of the program is to:

• Guide the students to learning dance and being physically active and healthy

• Give an outlet of expression in an environment of respect and discipline

• Award recognition of accomplishments and give thoughtful, constructive personal critiques

• Provide opportunities for participants to shine in front of their peers (in a showcase) and in doing so encourage others to make similar positive constructive choices

• Provide an opportunity at the end of term event for participants to compete against other members of the program across the city in a positive and encouraging manner

• Encourage a network of DARE to B graduates who teach others and support dance initiatives in their own community

We plan to expand this program to 16 schools next year, and with your support by simply attending the event will contribute to accomplishing this dream.


Break  It Down: http://www.breakitdown.ca
Our  Mission
Break It Down is a youth led not-for-profit organization that  connects youth to professional artists and artists to development  opportunities. Break It Down promotes positive lifestyles by exposing  authentic hip hop through empowering education programs and  inspirational productions that celebrate diversity and creative  abilities.



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