If you haven't seen them yet, make sure you do next time they're in town.
Rasta Thomas’ Rock the Ballet starring the Bad Boys of Dance is a fusion of classical ballet with hip hop, tap, contemporary dance, and awesome acrobatics, creating an amazing high energy show that appeals not only to seasoned ballet lovers but also to dance fans and theatre-goers alike.
Rock The Ballet is a perfect example of how dance can be masculine, energetic, and sexy. This superbly trained, charismatic and acrobatic group of dancers provide a new interpretation to modern dance, extending its boundaries beyond the single one-dimensional dance genre to a lively combination without compromising technical skill or professionalism. Even the amazing single woman dancer on stage pales in comparison to the endless power of the male group.
The soundtrack is fantastic and makes the scene on stage familiar—kind of like being at home with your favorite playlist. It consists of some of the biggest hits of the rock and pop world, including LMFAO, Queen, Robin Thicke, Usher, Coldplay, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Black Eyed Peas, and others, and proves how the innovation of dance is a stand-alone contribution, requiring no original music contribution to create a new and exciting experience for our senses.
Rock The Ballet is another winning formula for an enjoyable evening, one that makes you want to dance in your seat or in the aisles, and thank the performers, applauding over and over, looking to extend the magic just that little bit longer.