Love these guys.
I know you do. You actually picked up on this group and this show more than a year ago.
http://www.ballet-dance.com/forum/viewt ... 77&start=0
(see Oct. 14, 2008 post for reference to this SF Chronicle article dated Oct. 13, 2008)
"As entertaining as all the crews are in this vaudeville show for a new millennium, JabbaWockeeZ - named after Lewis Carroll's poem "Jabberwocky" - is the crew with superstar charisma. Outfitted in their spooky Michael Myers-like masks, white gloves and sharp costumes, the six men of the crew move with a fluid elegance that separates them from the pack. Oh, they pop and break and do some incredible head spinning, but they elevate street dance to art form...."
"Sacramento native Phil Tayag has been with JabbaWockeeZ since it was formed in 2003 and says his crew is focused on the musicality of their dance.
"We feel like what we do is progressive because we want you to see every little part of the music," says Tayag, 24. "That's why we wear the masks. It's not about individuals or egos. We are the music. You know how with the Invisible Man you have to throw a blanket over him to see him? Well those masks are our blanket. You don't see gender or skin color. We want you to see what's invisible."
"Choreographer Rosero McCoy...."These dancers aren't in the background anymore. They're the stars, the headliners. It is the best time in the world for dance right now." "
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.c ... 12&sc=1000