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And its coming sooner than you think…SATURDAY, NOV 22nd, is the day when crews from all over the tri-state area come to compete for one thing: PRIDE.

Showcase Performers:
M.L. aka My Life
Fr3sh Dance Company
Fr3sh Juniors


Phunktions Hip Hop Dance Company
RAPS Dance Troupe
iTop (IFA Dance Team and Hip Top)
Project D
Hip Hop Theory Evolution

Saturday, November 22, 2008
Nicholas Music Center on Douglass Campus Rutgers University

Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at the door

*You can reserve your tickets through please include name and number of tickets or purchase them in person on the following dates

Starting the week of November 17

Monday, Tuesday: 4PM-9PM at the RSC
Wednesday: 5:30PM-9PM at the RSC
Thursday, Friday: 4PM-9PM at the RSC

**ATTENTION: you MUST reserve them through email or in person, they will not be going by the attendee list on facebook**


[shameless plug] For all you people that wanted to get your hands on the NEW FOAM Apparel x Project D collabo T at FIND last weekend, and got caught by the SOLD OUT bug…lucky you, there will be a FEW MORE Tees on SALE. But once they’re GONE, they’re GONE! Support Project D and Hip Hop Theory by fitting yourself out with some FOAM APPAREL! WEAR WHAT MOVES YOU!


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    pD_style is a site originally conceived by the minds of Tai Nguyen and Myron Merced for the promotional and informational happenings to the community of the Project D Dance Troupe -- its dancers, members, friends, and family. The site, since its humble beginnings, has evolved to include an informational outlet about the East Coast Dance Scene and its continual progression on top of your Project D news.

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