What’s so great about Diversity Street Dance is you can't be disappointed. When I saw them live in march last year and luckily had the chance to meet them on their Digitized - Trapped in a game tour I was well and truly speechless from their performance, every move was finished off and everything was clean and in time. They had a story to tell and it was easy to figure out what was going on because it really showed emotion and expression throughout the dances.
As the music slowly started to vibrate through the seats, everyone was reminded on the big cinema size screen, just how the group came to arrive where they was, and the story began. It was a story for everyone, as the group got sucked into a tv and trapped in a game with different levels, they had to find their way back to reality. The show also featured a wide range of music; from the expected dance/dubstep fusion and R&B, to some seriously soulful sax playing and some beautiful piano solos.
One of the strengths of this performance were the bond between them when they were performing, it was very effective because it showed how much passion they wanted to put into it and how they wanted to express themselves. Another strength of this show was that it combined cardio, strength, conditioning, balance and flexibility so there was always something different happening and nobody got bored of the same thing, all these we're performed to their maximum potential, and was mind blowing. Another one of their strengths from this performance was the energy that they had as a group, it stayed at the maximum throughout the whole show and they never dropped down to not give 100% effort. They kept the energy for all of the dances.
One of the weaknesses of the performance was that the lighting and visual effects were at times slightly excessive and took attention from the dancers themselves. Another...