For fans of Diversity Crew and hip hop styles dances or even acro balance, this is a post-event review in pictures and videos, you don’t want to miss out!
I have been lucky to be able to attend the Diversity Limitless show at the O2, Dublin, Ireland, last Saturday 30th November 2013.
First of all, to my amazement, the show wasn’t only about new style hip hop and the crew itself but gathered different dancers, gymnasts, magicians, and musicians.
I have taken some pictures and videos of the event as well as gathered information about the dancers, acrobats, and illusionist who took part in the event.
Now, let me do a brief presentation of the artists (with their pictures) who are not part of the Diversity Crew itself:
Antoine Marc was born in Martinique (French Caribbean Island) and started to dance ballet at 4 years of age at the Caribbean Ballet School of Betty Bylon. He has also been an aerialist and acrobat, working for international productions.
Ling started dancing in 2004 as a self-taught b-boy, becoming part of the dance group trinity warriors in 2008. He has also become a worldwide competitor.
Acropolis is composed of female and male international elite Great Britain medal-winning acrobats and gymnasts.
Boadicea dance company was brought together by leading female artist Rhimes Lecointe (street dance 3D and into the hoods) to be a kink in the realm hip hop and commercial dance.
Frazer ‘Freeze’ Bennett is a music producer, composer, and mashup artist from Bournemouth, UK, who fuses urban music with orchestral arrangements, funk, soul, hip hop, R’n’B, pop, dubstep and electronic music.
James Moore is a master illusionist doing all his tricks ‘live’ with no camera edits or special edits.
Secondly, you will find below a snapshot of the show story plot:
Finally, you will find below a diaporama of pictures taken during the event as well as videos from some of their choreography: