2/17/18 O&A NYC ITS SATURDAY- ANYTHING GOES EXTRA (DANCE): Storyboard P One Shot Video Tribute To Prince- When Doves Cry


“As a mutant my power is to project a sequence of images through my body that tells an elaborate story to music. The power to storyboard / ballet / jazz / African / contemporary / bruk up / flex / boogaloo.”- Storyboard P. Continue reading

1/30/18 O&A NYC DANCE: Storyboard P: Motion Picture Wave at Breakin Convention 2012

Storyboard P makes his performing debut in the UK at Breakin’ Convention at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London. This Bessie Award winning artist showcases his unique style of movement, he has named Mutant. Continue reading

1/30/18 O&A NYC DANCE: Storyboard P: Motion Picture Wave at Breakin Convention 2012

Storyboard P makes his performing debut in the UK at Breakin’ Convention at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London. This Bessie Award winning performing artist showcases his unique style of movement, Mutant combined with his impressive narrative quality. Continue reading

3/31/17 O&A NYC SHALL WE DANCE FRIDAY: Blue Aura Short Dance Film

Stickz, a Brooklyn native and raising star in the flex and bruk up dance community, decided to deal with the sudden death of a close friend through his art. Stickz created Blue Aura a 13 minute video placing his flex and bruk up style in a more traditional  abstract dance narrative format. Continue reading

6/30/16 O&A NYC DANCE: A Conversation With Bones The Machine

By Walter Rutledge

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Bones The Machine has become one of the most visible members of Flex dance community. Bones style of contortion, illusion, and an urban theatrics has caught the eye of the public, and the notoriety has propelled him and his crew, The Next Level Squad, to worldwide acclaim. Bones and Next Level Squad have introduced their special brand of Flex to international audiences with performances in London, Japan, and Germany and recently starred in an ad campaign with Diesel for Joog Jeans. Continue reading

1/2/15 O&A Shall We Dance Friday: Storyboard P- An Urban Storyteller

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Storyboard P has pushed street dancing in a darker, more mature direction of urban storytelling he calls Mutant. The twenty-three year old Brooklyn dancer  combines jarring feats of contortion, pantomime, floating footwork and simulated levitation. His choreography, most of it improvised, has a wide range of influences: Jerome Robbins, especially his work in West Side Story; the Nicholas Brothers, whose acrobatic tap-dancing routines amazed Fred Astaire in the nineteen-forties; and, above all, Michael Jackson.  Continue reading