FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
2 Kids and A Dream Productions Proudly Announce the 2nd Showing of Their Not So Typical:Dance Show “Wha Cha Don’t Wanna Tap Into?” at Tri-Cities High School
Atlanta, GA September 9-12, 2010 --
Two Kids And A Dream will present five showings of its signature dance show “Wha Cha Don’t Wanna Tap Into?” at Tri-Cities High School. The performances will be held Thursday, September 9th – Sunday September 12th at Tri-Cities High School (2575 Harris Street East Point, GA 30344) (404) 669-8010 . Tickets are $15 and available at the Tri-Cities High School Box Office starting September 1st.
“Wha Cha Don’t Wanna Tap Into?” is an exhilarating show blending dance, live music, and visual art. The show is a healthy dose of wicked innovative performance art. It creates dialog, provokes thoughts and answers questions. Questions like, “What happens when emotions are exposed?” “What happens when thoughts are displayed in front of the world?” and “What happens when we let go?” One answer, “Come See What Happens”.
This September performance is a follow-up to its sold-out May 2010 debut at the Southwest Arts Center. Urban Spice Magazine reports, “… this concept and the way in which they chose to present it was brilliant. This show was exhilarating, provocative, tempting, mind consuming, endearing, fun, awakening and everything good that you look for in a stage performance. I can’t wait to see what they will do next and if you haven’t heard about it, take it from me and keep your ears to the street because these people are shouting talent!“
“Wha Cha Don’t Wanna Tap Into?” features artists such as Algebra Blessett, Heather Hayes Band Experience, Rahbi, Chelsea Reynolds, Quentin “EQ” Johnson, Butta B Rocka, Ina Williams, Majesty and a host of dancers, visual artists Live musicians, and legends.
About Two Kids and A Dream:
Two Kids and A Dream is comprised of creators Ursula Kendall-Johnson and Juel D. Lane. Both mega talented dancers/choreographers have extensive professional dance backgrounds, are graduates of Tri-Cities High School and have teamed up to showcase their creative finesse and physical dexterity. Ursula Kendall-Johnson’s work includes Tekrema Dance Company, Dawn Axam Experience, Bow Wow, Sammie, Ailey Camp Atlanta and additional projects internationally in London, West Africa, Spain, Guadeloupe, and Netherlands. Juel D. Lane is a former member of Ronald K. Brown/Evidence. He has worked with Camille A. Brown, Dawn Axam, D.Woods and his choreography has been performed by The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Wake Forest University and Spelman College.