together with Fort Bend County Libraries’ 2023 Summer Reading Challenge, City of Missouri Library will host a theatrical hip-hop dance performance by the FLY Dance Company on Thursday, June 29 at 2:00 p.m. in the library’s conference room at 1530 To do. Texas Parkway.
FLY Dance Company’s Healthy Hip-Hop Squad educates youth about the benefits of being healthy and active through dance. Enjoy the chemistry, lyricism and musicality of this all-male contemporary dance troupe in this theatrical dance performance and skit.
Audiences will learn about the positive influences and healthy elements of hip-hop culture and discover how a healthy, active lifestyle can be fun, inspiring, and life-changing.
Houston’s artistic partner with young audiences, the FLY Dance Company, tours extensively throughout the United States, including Mexico and Europe. The Houston-based company is known for its high-energy performances that blend street dance-style moves with contemporary choreography. Their infectious theatrical hip-hop style is highly creative and gymnastic, reflecting contemporary Americana in works that combine style and culture.
Made possible by a grant from Houston’s Young Audience, this performance is suitable for families with children of all ages.
Performances are free and open to the public. For more information, see his Fort Bend County Library website (www.fortbend.lib.tx.us). Or call the Missouri City Library at 281-238-2100 or the Library Systems Office of Communications at 281-633-4734.