Community School of Excellence Dance Team
Fifty-eight dancers, thirty minutes, one stage! Marvel at these young dancers, ranging from third to eighth grade, who perform and compete for a variety of traditional dances from Hmoob, Chinese and Indian cultures. They also manage to throw in some hip-hop style from Korea, Japan, and Thailand.
Ragamala Dance Company
The South Indian dance form of Bharatanatyam. Celebrating its 25th anniversary the Ragamala Dance Company has drawn rave reviews worldwide as they forge together ancestry and continuity while they explore the myth and spirituality through dance.
Theater of Public Policy
Lunch and laughs with the Theater of Public Policy. T2P2 advances the understanding
of complex ideas and issues by drawing on improvisational comedy. “Imagine C-Span being swarmed by the cast of SNL” – Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Wild Goose Chase Cloggers
The Wild Goose Chase Cloggers accompanied by the toe-tapping band, Chicken Sedan, are working to keep traditional Appalachian clogging alive. In addition to dances in formation, the group also features special dances allowing members to improvise or dance their fanciest steps. It’s gonna get WILD!
The Somali Museum Dance Troupe
The Somali Museum Dance Troupe studies and performs traditional dances from all regions Somalia. Comprised of teens and young adults from the greater Twin Cities area, the troupe has performed for countless events across the country.
Reinventing songs by stripping down instrumentation and layering vocal harmonies, this all women, covers only vocal group explores the music of musicians like Kate Bush, Neil Young, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell and Wendy Rene.
Have a seat and enjoy the show while the dancers of BRKFST demonstrate their completely unique dance form of self-expression and individual style. Pushing the limits is not only encouraged, but expected. Utilizing foundational breaking (breakdancing) with contemporary and experimental concepts, BRKFST showcases highly physical and gravity-defying moves in each performance.