afterSHOCK: PRIDE Dance Comp.

This year’s first ever PRIDE Dance competition held at the Nicholas Music Center on Douglass campus of Rutgers New Brunswick was a great success! SIX teams (RDT, SiC, Hip Hop Theory Evolution, iTOP, Project D, and BamBoom) all competed for a Grand Prize of $1000. With such a high stake at hand, the competition was definitely fierce, and exciting!


  1. Project D
  2. iTOP
  3. SiC

This constitutes Project D’s first MAJOR WIN of the 2008-2009 dance season: (Reign or Shine, PRIDE, FLASH, ECDC, etc.) New Beginnings? YES, YOU BET! iTOP’s fusion of IFA and Hip Top came out with a super solid performance to closely rival pD in second place. SiC’s smooth and isolated approach netted them the 3rd place spot with crowd support that came by the masses!

Also, congrats to SiC for taking the side prize of $300 for ROLLING with the DEEPest crowd. Everyone did give it their all, and the show turned out to be an AWESOME SUCCESS. I wouldn’t be surprised if PRIDE blew up next year, with their cunning motif on representation at a dance competition.

and FINALLY…the vids. UPDATEDsomeMORE.

Project D Dance Company

IFA + Hip Top = iTOP. 2nd Place at PRIDE

SiC a.k.a. SERCis Company

FR3SH Dance Company

FR3SH Juniors


*MAJOR PROPS to haaachi for the YouTUBE coverage on PRIDE! AND a SPECIAL thanks to JRPENA for being able to tell a story with the click of a Canon camera. More picture coverage at


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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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