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They came for the sheer joy of the music and movement. They came for the spotlight and self-expression through the discipline and freedom of the dance. But more than that they came for a cause -- to help children much like themselves, children who need and desire what all children should have, but for reasons beyond their control, do not have all the same advantages.
BOB's recent "Love that Child Dance and Music Showcase" drew an enthusiastic crowd to the Rainforest Theatre to support fundraising efforts on behalf of the Ranfurly Home for Children, The Elizabeth Estates Home for Children and The Children's Emergency Hostel.
The musical extravaganza of "Children Helping Children" featured performances by seven local dance schools, guest appearances from the Philadelphia 76ers Pre-pro Dance Team, Power Surge and Beat Addicts and lively vocals from Funky D, Damien Davis and the Meridian School Choir.
From the first number to the last dance finale, from ballet to jazz, and tap dancing to hip hop, the performers put on an unforgettable show for an appreciative audience.
BOB representatives said they were very pleased with the turnout for this year's show.
"This was the fourth time we've facilitated this benefit and this year was even better than last year," said Dominique Thompson, BOB marketing manager. "The children put on a fantastic show and we were delighted with the level of support from the public and corporate Bahamas."
All proceeds from "Love that Child" will go to assist with the needs of three children's homes in Nassau. A portion will provide partial funding for a training program to upgrade skills of caregivers at the Children's Emergency Hostel.
NEW YORK - In an homage to the "Queen of Soul" music Aretha Franklin, a
celebrated troupe will celebrate the diva's music through modern dance.
Vissi Dance Theater will present their novel interpretations of the
music legend's classics at the Jamaica Performing Arts Center (JPAC) in
Jamaica, Queens on Saturday, September 17, 2011.
choreography will be featured at the second annual "Making Moves Dance
Festival" which will introduce audiences to a diverse group of
performers, including the NEVILLE Dance Theatre, Yoo & Dancers, and
Sunday 23rd June 2013 7:00 PM
EURHYTHMICS DANCE STUDIO'S 19th Annual Production "Neon Music" 7:00pm June 23rd,2013 Rainforest Theatre, Crystal Palace Casino EURHYTHMICS DANCE STUDIO, The Bahamas' #1 Premier Dance Studio, under the direction of Gabriella Szabo, the Eurhythmics Dance Studio proudly presents its 19th Annual Dance Production: "NEON MUSIC" on Sunday, June 23rd at 7pm at the Rainforest Theatre, Crystal Palace Casino, Nassau. It will be a show filled with lots of surprises and exciting dance numbers that you DON'T want to miss. Conceived and Choreographed by: Ms. Gabriella Szabo Directed by: Gabriella Szabo and Mario Wright Star Performers: Students of the Eurhythmics Dance Studio. Features: 16 NEW Original pieces 2 Signature pieces 5 Favorite Dance Highlights from "Rock You Body." Funky D and Friends HD Dance Crew (Winners of Sprite's Dance Splash) The Show Stopping Performance will be held Sunday the 23rd of June 2013 at The Rain Forest Theater. Doors open at 6:00pm Showtime at 7:00pm Tickets: $25.00 (Available at The Studio, Rosetta Street) Students $15.00 (Balcony Only) Phone: 436-0303, 535-0956, 394-1822
Incorporating dance moves into The College of The Bahamas Concert Choir performances is vital to the overall success of their presentation, and after an intense dance workshop with a New York based Bahamian dancer they are now sure to have the right moves...
- Genre : Action, Comedy
- Rating : T - 15yrs and Older
Street dancer Thomas Uncles is from the wrong side of the tracks, but his bond with the beautiful Megan White might help the duo realize their dreams as the enter in the mother of all dance battles. |...
Grand Bahama - It's definitely that time of year; the glitz, the
glamour, the makeup and the costumes! The students of the Bahamas Dance
Theatre have spent the last few months preparing themselves and building
up their moment to shine on stage this Saturday and Sunday at the
The Show, which is entitled, "The BDT Awards"
marks the 17th anniversary of the Bahamas Dance Theatre. "Our annual
dance recital is the culmination to which our season ends and our
students look forward to it each year," says Jullion Collie, Artistic
Director and producer of The BDT Awards.