About Project D

Project D started out as a group of young talented friends from all different parts of New Jersey. Performers were needed for the Annual Semi-Formal for Ramapo College of New Jersey; therefore, a number of volunteers, organized by Bernie Armendi, came together out of love of dance for the event. The name Project D was discovered by the influence of a Japanese anime that was dedicated to the growing import car culture. The letter “D” represents dedication and devotion to dance. Since the beginning Project D has grown into an incredible family of young inspired dancers and continues to influence young individuals throughout the Tri-State area.


Project D is an ever evolving dance company that entertains, educates, and inspires others through their ‘dedication and devotion to dance’. The Project D mission is to motivate and actuate all to embrace their potential, as well as to foster the infinite growth and improvement of its dancers – to teach individuals to move as one.

3 Responses to “About Project D”
  1. Bernie Armendi says:


  2. Olivia *VIRGO* says:

    To Whom It May Concern:

    Hi, my name’s Olivia and I am sending you a request letter on behalf of my organization. 😉

    What is this about?

    As you know, China was hit with a devastating earthquake in the middle of May. Tens of thousands were killed during the incident and hundreds of thousands are still injured and/or left without homes, food, or supplies. (If you haven’t heard about it or would like to know more, here’s a link: http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapcf/05/12/china.quake/index.html?iref=newssearch#cnnSTCText)

    So why am I writing you a letter?

    I am the VP Service of the 38th Chapter of alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc. alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc. is a well-known Asian-interest sorority with 44 chapters established nationwide. Our non-profit organization believes in promoting sisterhood, scholarship, leadership, service as well as Asian awareness. (For more information, please visit our website: http://www.akdphi.org)

    With this recent devastating incident, we’ve decided to organize an event to help the relief effort and the earthquake victims. The name of our project will be “Project SAVING CHINA<3”. My chapter is collaborating with 10 other chapters in the Northeast Region to host a fundraising carnival event. Tentatively, the event is set for Sunday, August 17th, 2008 at Grand Park (located in Chinatown, New York) from 12 PM to 7 PM. We’re going all out – sisters across the Northeast Region will be providing the games (and possibly food), we’re hosting raffles, a dee-jay will be spinning the beat, and we’re getting the best local performers to perform. Every cent that we profit from the event will be going directly to the people affected by the earthquake in China.

    We are working on promoting to people of all ages and all races, but our expected audience will consist mostly teenagers and young adults. Although it’s in the works right now, the entrance fee per participant is expected to be $8 for advanced tickets and $10 at the door. Our goal is to sell 500 advanced tickets (50 tickets per chapter) so we’re hoping to raise a minimum of $5,000 before the event starts. Plus, we’re estimating about an additional 300 to 500 people to attend. Our mission is to donate 100% of our profit to the victims of the China earthquake. Proceeds will go directly to the Chinese Red Cross Foundation.

    But even with all this planning we have going on for the fundraising event that we’re hosting, we’ve got a problem and that’s where you come into play. On behalf of my sisters, I am writing you a letter to ask if your organization would like to come perform for us =)

    Although we cannot offer you money, we can offer you publicity. At our event, we will be promoting for your organization. What does that mean? Well, we’re giving out fliers & pamphlets to all our customers/participants, which means your name will be out there!

    Please help us out… We’re hosting this event to help out the victims of the devastating earthquake. Although I cannot say we were physically affected by this event, you can’t deny that the Sichuan earthquake rocked our worlds – whether it was us or someone we loved. Keep in mind that every cent that we make will go directly to the victims.

    Thank you for taking out your time to read this letter. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me at livybootms@gmail.com. 😉


    Olivia Szeto

  3. Shelina H. says:

    Female singing group looking for a choreographer for upcoming showcase and work there after (for tour and performances).

    Please contact ASAP @ 732-890-0948 if anyone is interested.


    S. Hill

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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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