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Here is a great group of people doing great things. Great exciting young dancers working hard to help people. Truly inspirational. Check out their show to benefit Asperger Syndrome & Highly Functioning Autism Association of New York.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Long Island Children’s Museum In Cooperation With Lancelot E. Theobald Jr. Present Two Complimentary Performances For Families Served By AHA
Hempstead, N.Y, May 18, 2008 – On Sunday, June 22nd, the award winning Long Island Children’s Museum state-of- the-art theater will provide the setting for two complementary performances for families served by Asperger Syndrome & Highly Functioning Autism Association of New York. “HIP HOP FUSION” is a high energy, eclectic production, created and choreographed by Lancelot E. Theobald Jr. with multimedia effects by NY Nights Entertainment. HIP HOP FUSION bridges seven unique dance styles with hip hop music and special effects resulting in an unforgettable, high-energy, professional production that will have everyone on their feet … and even up on the LICM stage.
HIP HOP FUSION features NY Nights Entertainment, The Lancelot E. Theobald, Jr. Dancers (thirty five dancers from four generations), including Momz-N-Da Hood tm, America’s first hip hop dance company of mothers in their forties and fifties, the Dynamic Rockers (break dancers) and up and coming recording artist Danielle Draizin. HIP HOP FUSION will uplift children’s spirits and illustrate that anything is possible, at any age, when you work hard and believe in yourself. “We are proof that hip hop has heart and can be a positive influence on people from all walks of life.” “It’s meaningful to me to be a part of something larger than just a show, that we may really bring excitement and joy to these children, is an awesome prospect” Lancelot said.
“HIP HOP FUSION” is a fast and furious, sixty minute, sought after multi media show with hip hop, krumping, break dancing, stepping, tap, Irish clogging, modern dance and audience participation. Being presented at the LICM Theater for families served by Asperger Syndrome & Highly Functioning Autism Association of New York. Audience members at these performances will also receive free museum admission. Long Island Children’s Museum 11 Davis Avenue, Garden City, NY, 11530 , June 22, at 12:00 & 1:30 pm,. For further information contact Lancelot E. Theobald Jr. at 516-770-6761