Boston: The Bulletproof Fubes Project

Elements is less than a month away, but New England isn’t waiting until then for insane events.  Four of Boston’s well-established groups – Bulletproof Theory, Fusion, Vibes, and Unofficial Project have come together as “The Bulletproof Fubes Project” – get it?

Whoever came up with this name is a genius.

They will be hosting a series of FREE workshops at the SAC Dance Studio at Boston University this Saturday.  Anyone who can’t wait until Elements for their dance fix should definitely come check this out.

Details are here @ the Facebook event.

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  1. […] Cambridge, Mass: Sheryl Murakami & Alonzo Williams By kestrell Leave a Comment Categories: Classes & Workshops! Tags: Alonzo Williams, Beyonce, boston, Cheryl Murakami, class, dance, Ego, hip-hop, Jazz, Massachusets, rhythm city, Scene Interactive, The Dance Complex, Workshop This Sunday, October 25, The Dance Complex in Cambridge, Mass. will be hosting Sheryl Murakami (Beyonce, Thalia) and Alonzo Williams (Rhythm City, ABDC Season 4) for a series of workshops.  If you’re in the Boston area, these are a great way to round out the workshop weekend after the Bulletproof Fubes Project workshops! […]

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