Break-dancers are famous for their slick footwork, acrobatic and head spinning moves. Also known as bboys or bgirls, break-dancers have showman skills that originate from the streets of New York, USA.
Break-dancing shows have throughout the years performed in front of theatrical audiences, at Olympic ceremonies, fan parks, within opera productions, in blockbuster movies and in front of huge audiences at famous staged events.
Break dance performances can be from one artist, a pair of break-dancers, a small group or as a large crowd or flash mob.
The street sport of break dancing can be choreographed, freestyle or co-ordinated to fit any event including product promotions, school interactive days, charity events, TV commercials, store openings, stage shows, marketing campaigns, corporate events, road shows, exhibitions, festivals or music videos.
Break dance workshops can also be provided alongside any performance or show.