The world-famous dance crew Jabbawockeez continues to make their mark on the Las Vegas Strip with their new show “PRiSM” at Luxor Hotel and Casino. A celebration of imagination, “PRiSM” takes audiences on a journey of dance, music and inspiration. The show is a dynamic mix of awe-inspiring choreography, enchanting storylines and stunning special effects, forming a production that challenges audiences to embrace the unexpected. Jabbawockeez became the first dance crew to headline a show on The Strip in 2010 with the wildly successful “MUS.I.C.,” which premiered at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and later moved to Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. Continuing the relationship with MGM Resorts International, the crew brings their new show “PRiSM” to Luxor in a specially designed, custom-built theater.
A year in the making, the new 830-seat Jabbawockeez Theater features amphitheater style seating, creating an intimate feel for each guest in the house. The theater also features top-of-the-line acoustics to complement the musical artistry of the show. Jabbawockeez performs at Luxor Sunday – Monday at 7 p.m., Thursday at 7 p.m. and Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. The show is dark Tuesday and Wednesday. Tickets start at $55, not including applicable service charges and taxes.
More about the Jabbawockeez
Jabbawockeez has developed a one-of-a-kind style that has been incredibly influential in the dance community, effectively changing the way people view dance around the globe. Dressed in expressionless white masks and gloves, they guide the audience’s attention away from individual identities and toward a unified group to create a canvas for the audience to visualize the music by painting artistic imagery through their intricate moves. After being crowned the original champions of MTV’s “Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew,” the group’s unmatched talent and captivating style quickly became a fan favorite worldwide.
Jabbawockeez x The Bangerz x SuperCr3w band together for the music video to “Super Banger Wockeez” off the Jabbawockeez “PRiSM” soundtrack. Music and dance get fused into one incredibly showcase of talent. Whether is spinning on the turntables or on the stage, these guys show you how it’s done. You can get the track on or amazon.
WORLD ORDER first captured the international attention with the release of their music videos on Youtube — the sight of seven suited Japanese men dancing robotically against prominent Tokyo scenes garnered a huge reaction. Their latest video takes place at the nation’s capitol in D.C. The new single and video IMPERIALISM builds on the group’s mission to prompt reflection contemporary society, working styles, global culture, and images of modern Japan. Provocatively shot in Washington D.C. — against backdrops of American sights like the US Capitol building and Union Station. Spontaneous moments from filming are kept as is for the video – WORLD ORDER’s expressive vision.
The new music video for IMPERIALISM is a continuation from the earlier Korea-set piece, Permanent Revolution. Instead of Asia, the IMPERIALISM video was shot on location in a modern world empire — Washington D.C., USA. Characteristic restraint and a solemn melody are coupled with a humorous performance, expressing yet again the meta-message of WORLD ORDER. Founder and leader of the group, Genki Sudo, says about the song, “It’s our first English-language release, but the message is the same as our other Japanese-language songs. We sing about the human family and the situation of the world.”
If you missed this episode of America’s Got Talent Season 8, you missed an amazing performance by Kenichi Ebina. You’ve never seen dancing done like this! From his head fall to his Matrix-style moves, Kenichi Ebina will blow your mind! Get ready for his dance-ish performance. You’ve never seen anything like this. He gets a round of approval from the judges.
You’ve seen the ads … maybe even the behind-the-scenes video. Now here’s your chance to be part of something new and fresh at McDonald’s, brought to you by ChannelAPA.com. If you haven’t heard (you might be the only one), McDonald’s is introducing a new, great-tasting fish option: Fish McBites™
If you loved McDonald’s Chicken McBites, then you’re in for a treat with the new Fish McBites. They’re tender, crispy pieces of poppable white flaky Alaskan Pollack – responsibly sourced and wild caught from sustainable fisheries.
Imagine a taste explosion of delicious, bite-sized fish.
To celebrate the launch of this new product, we’re giving you a chance to show how the great taste of Fish McBites moves you – and have an opportunity to be a part of an upcoming McDonald’s commercial!
Here’s how it works:
1) Read all the rules below 🙂
2) Download the official Fish McBites music here.
3) Go to McDonald’s and try some Fish McBites (Save some for your video!)
4) Make a 30-second video of you doing your best interpretation of a “Fish Dance,” showing how the flavor of Fish McBites moves you
5) Email a link to your video to channelAPA.com at email@example.com by March 31, 2013.
6) Share your video with every one you know on the face of the planet!
A panel of super-important creative-types will review the videos, and the best ones will appear here on channelAPA.com. If there is one individual that stands out above the rest, the panel will give that person an opportunity to be featured in an upcoming McDonald’s commercial!
Ready to do this? Here are more details and the rules:
This project is only open to residents of the fifty (50) United States and District of Columbia who are at least eighteen (18) years of age at time of initial participation.
By submitting your video, you agree to the following rules and guidelines:
• Video submissions should be no longer than 1 minute
• Usage of the Fish McBites music is limited to your video submission and may not be reproduced or used anywhere else
• Send your submissions to channelAPA.firstname.lastname@example.org in YouTube link/vimeo link/mov/mp4/mpeg4/avi/wmv.
• All submissions must be received by March 31, 2013 11:59pm PST. Any submissions received after this date will not be considered. channelAPA.com is not responsible for any delays due to technical issues or unforeseen circumstances.
• All submissions become the property of channelAPA.com. By submitting your entry, you agree to allow channelAPA.com to use your video for marketing or other purposes. Individuals featured in the video agree to waive any compensation or usage/rights fees.
We are not seeking commercials or sales pitches for McDonald’s® — we’re asking for short dance videos that best show how the new Fish McBites moves you.
A panel of reviewers will review each submission.
Submissions will be judged on creativity, dance skill, and ability to show off their best fish dance. Use of the Fish McBites product or packaging in the video is preferred, but not required.
Videos that depict inappropriate/graphic behavior or language, dangerous stunts or other actions that may endanger the safety of individuals or people around them will not be considered.
Any number of people can participate in a single video submission. However, a maximum of one
individual may be selected to appear in a McDonald’s commercial, regardless of the number of individuals that may appear in a single video.
If the panel identifies one individual that they feel stands out from the rest, that person will be invited to participate in an upcoming McDonald’s commercial. Identifying an individual to appear in the commercial is solely at the discretion of the panel, and a person may not be selected for the opportunity.
If an individual is selected, reasonable travel expenses to/from the shoot and lodging will be covered
Compensation will be based on standard industry/SAG talent/extra guidelines
If an individual is selected, the person will be notified by June 2013.
Comedian Jo Koy jumps on the Harlem Shake Craze, but his dance crew doesn’t quiet get the concept with Jo Koy around. Will they figure it out or will Jo Koy face another incident like he did with the Jabbawockeez?