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Oct 22, 2012


STUDY, TRAIN & PARTY with the legendary Mr. Wiggles in NYC this November 16-18th 2012. Intensive skills, history, graffiti writing sessions and more!!! Don't miss this one of a kind opportunity to experience many facets of hip hop culture alongside one of the world's greatest!

Friday November 16: 6:30-10:30 PM
Saturday November 17: 6:30-10:30 PM
Sunday November 18: 12:00-4:00 PM

Training Camp Includes: In-studio hours each day , Hip Hop history talks, Graffiti writing (supplies provided), Dance skills, drills and choreography, Special customized take-aways (T-shirt, CD) for participants!, Social sessions

Sessions will be held at Bridge for Dance, located at 2726 Broadway (Btw. 104th and 105th St.), NYC.
Suggested Housing just steps from the studio! - Hostelling International New York. (891 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10025)

Cost: $160 (with pre-registration prior to October 26th),
$200 Full Registration after (if space remains)
*Housing and Travel will NOT be covered by the Training Camp Fee.


Pre-Register by emailing your full name, phone number and email address to DivineRhythmNYC@gmail.com. You must complete a $25* PAYPAL DEPOSIT to HOLD YOUR SPOT - NO EXCEPTIONS.
Create an account on www.PayPal.com, and send $25 deposit to account: Divinerhythmnyc@gmail.com
*Deposits are non-refundable.
Don't miss this opportunity for intensive training!

Robin Dunn’s F.A.C.E. Workshop for DANCERS!
OCT 28-DEC 6
F.A.C.E. helps artists to enhance their technical skills as well as increasing stage presence and personality. It is a liberating tool to free artists to be who they really are and project the same to the outer world—their audience.
Workshop culminates with Robin Dunn’s SHINE Showcase on Dec. 6

For more information and to register visit:

DRP would like to congratulate DORMESHIA SUMBRY-EDWARDS, who won a 2012 Bessie Award for Outstanding Performer for her sustained achievement in performance and for her work with Jason Samuels Smith at the Joyce. CONGRATULATIONS DORMESHIA!!