Project Soul street dance show comes to Burnaby

Project Soul comes to Burnaby on April 12. - Contributed photo
Project Soul comes to Burnaby on April 12.
— image credit: Contributed photo

Based on the underground talent of Vancouver, Project Soul, a group of street dancers, will be visiting Michael J. Fox Theatre on April 12, for Urban Alchemy 3.

Guests will see popping, locking, hip hop, street jazz, and breakdancing.

The crew of 13 has already inspired hundreds of students over the past two years, according to their website. In addition to performing for schools, Project Soul has performed for audiences at the Family Fuse event at the Vancouver Art Gallery, the 10th anniversary Gala Fundraiser for the Dance Centre, the Hollyburn Country Club and Winterruption.

Crew members of Project Soul continue to train and study in their specific dance styles. Their mission is to spread the understanding of, and love for street dance to as many communities as possible. Their goal is to positively impact communities by connecting and identifying with today’s youth.

Urban Alchemy 3, their Burnaby performance at Michael J. Fox Theatre (7373 McPherson Ave.), begins at 8 p.m.

Call 604-862-7286 for ticket information.

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