Rennie Harris's RHAW: International Hip-Hop Dance
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The last date listed for Rennie Harris' RHAW was Saturday March 30, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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It was an awesome performance. I loved the artistic integrity and how the dancers interpreted movement to convey emotions. Also, I enjoyed their use of hip hop choreography for non-hip hop related songs, such as Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody. :)
Quotes & Highlights
“Harris has crafted and transformed this street-smart, urban dance form into a complex, concert-stage product. … Through his choreographic overhauls he has made theater dance history.” —Dance Magazine
“Harris has become the Basquiat of the U.S. contemporary dance scene.” —The Times (London)
“Hip-hop dance to a higher power, in both the mathematical and the metaphysical senses.” —_The Village Voice _
Urban dance guru and Alvin Ailey Award recipient Rennie Harris puts a hot spin on the coolest moves around, delivering street dance with spirit and straight up Philly soul in Rennie Harris Awe-inspiring Works. With music as diverse as its dance styles, RHAW features a fresh company of sensational dancers who pop and lock, b-boy and boogaloo to create funky, upbeat depictions of city life, young love and growing up.
RHAW reflects Rennie’s commitment to bringing the artistry of hip-hop to contemporary audiences by making it not only accessible but relevant, fun and inspiring!