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Dance Judges set criteria for Orange ‘beat ya street’

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Judges have announced the criteria they will use to pre-qualify dancers in the Orange beat ya street. They will be checking for:

Uniformity – Costume and Presentation.

Creativity – Originality is very important! Creative use of existing dance genres.

Discipline – Looking fora tight and well-balanced choreography, good formations, and straight lines.

Technical Ability –The use of specialized skills where applicable (acrobatics/flexibility/B boy/etc)

 

The Judges’ decision is FINAL.

 Here are the 16 Crews that have been uploaded and approved (in no particular order):

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Al Pachino Crew

WapiWapiCrew

HitmakerzDance Crew

The Outsyders Crew

MobbUnit

FBI Dance Crew

Titans All Stars

Shrink Krew

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Sawala Crew

Expofusion Crew

I-Emas Crew

Street Pokaz Crew

Sisko Reloaded

BlackblingersDance Crew

Kenya Performing Arts Group

Oasis Crew

 

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Nairobi live event will take place on 17th July and aired on NTV on 20th July.

 

The 8 selected crews will be notified by phone and email and will then be announced on Facebook and Orange website.

 

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