Decadancetheatre

Brooklyn based all female hip-hop crew

Photography

Photography by Daniel Pincus

Contact: danielpincus@me.com

Jennifer Weber

Jennifer Weber

Decadance Vs. The Firebird

Decadance Vs. The Firebird

Firebird

Taeko Koji

Taeko Koji

stephanie vovou and takeo kojilow

Decadancetheatre

DECA

Decadancetheatre

Decadancetheatre in "The City Breathing" Photo by Daniel Pincus

2 comments on “Photography

  1. Louise Walton
    October 7, 2009

    Hey! Jennifer I just wanted to say you & your crew look amazinging and I can’t wait to attend one of your workshops at The Brewery Arts in February. My students will be blown away with your artistry and talent. I wish you a safe trip to the u.k and look forward to your arrival.

    Best Wishes
    Louise Walton (A huge fan of jazz, street and hip hop dance).

  2. madison
    February 19, 2010

    when i went to watch you at kendel you were fantastic and you are the best and i always wanted to dance like that and jennifer your mates were awsome

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"The pioneering all female hip-hop group, a fearless coalition of b-girls"
The New Yorker

“Jennifer Weber’s Brooklyn-based Decadancetheatre got things off to a promising start. In The Cage, a world premiere, the four company members balanced their cohesion as a tightly knit unit against individual strengths.”
--Donald Huerta
The London Times


"Ms. Weber is onto something…a performance that is intensely emotional and casually streetwise”
—Jennifer Dunning
The New York Times


“Her leading dancers bring—dare I say?—the feminine mystique to hip-hop. They suspend the expected fierce staccato moves in a matrix of lush fluency and add a dimension of alluring mystery to the form's conventional tough, streetwise attitude.”
--Tobi Tobias,
The Village Voice


“Their unusual blend of hip hop and ballet was so carefully choreographed, it would makes the likes of J-Lo weep”
—Ellie Hargreaves,
The Westmorland Gazette (UK)


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