Bboy Kid David
David Shreibman known as “Kid david” started bboying in 2000 after being inspired by the movie Breakin’. Kid david soon took classes offered at a dance studio where his mother taught ballet. With a Ballet and Jazz dancer as a Mom and once professional Pantomime as a Dad, it was hard for David to deny this passion. Dedicated to the art, he left the classes and began practicing on his own. Only two years later in 2003 Kid david entered the “competitive” scene, winning many regional competitions. His regional reputation grew rapidly as he became recognized as one of the top up and comers in the Bay Area. In 2004 Kid david was recruited into the legendary Renegades crew. With his new knowledge of b-boying, he was able to take his style to the next level. In 2005, he severely injured his knee. Overtime this injury developed into something more serious. After eight months off the floor Kid david started dancing again in June of 2006. With a new hunger and motivation he came back strong. Since then, Kid david has consistently maintained a high level of performance in battles.
Today, Kid david is known for his original style and outstanding musicality. He has a strong foundation based on footwork, glides, freezes and overall finesse. Recognized as one of the top Bboys in the world , Kid david continues to prove his skill where ever he goes.
Born and raised in the South Bronx and Inwood Park Manhattan, Bgirl Honey Rockwell began gymnastics and dancing at the Academy of Dance at the early age of 7. In 1994, Honey Rockwell began Bgirling and has been a pioneer Bgirl of the foundational Hip Hop dance form ever since!
Honey has performed in legendary Hip Hop off Broadway musical “Jam of the Groove”, which debuted in NYC and went on to tour internationally. She was a featured performer in “Madhattan”; a Hp Hop Theatre production based in Las Vegas and “Break” the Urban funk spectacular show (NYC). She appeared in the movie “Mannequin 2″, Osbourne SHow, performed on MTV’s New Year Eve 2000, and at the VH1 Fashion Awards with Cuba Gooding Junior and Kid Rock.
As a member of The Rock Steady Crew, 7 Gems Crew and cofounder of Rock Da Floor Productions she participated in a US government sponsored tour teaching Hip Hop dance and performing in Brazil. She produced and distributed the first Bgirl dance video and continues to contribute to the culture by performing and teaching workshops and master classes to the youth worldwide.
“Sweepy bio-a Sr. member of the RockSteady Crew and Machine Gone Funk, is a legendary dancer in the street dance and commercial scene. Known for his innovative and authentic style Sweepy aka Da Street Sweepa continues to push boundries in dance. Playing an integral part in the growth of hiphop and its players Sweepy has been featured in Grammy award winning videos such as Beastie Boys – Intergalactic, Missy Elliots – Work It and Nas – I can. Other artist include EPMD, Daddy Yankee, Wycleff Jean, LFO, Crystal Method, Space Monkies and Black Eyed Peas. He also has featured rolls in feature films like The Pirates the Carribean 2 an Indiana Jones. Sweepys street upbringing managed to bring him to the stage with the Joffery Ballet for the production Kali Ma directed by Ann Marie D’Angelo as well as numerous tv commercials including Dr. Pepper with legendary hip hop group Run DMC and LL Cool J. Sweepy Continues to share his love for dance guiding the youth, teaching and spreading the word of soul, funk and the hip hop culture.”
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