Professional dance troupes on display at Physical Poetry

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Shorecrest Hip Hop Dance Team once again is gearing up for another blockbuster event.

Shorecrest High School’s defending state and national champion hip hop dance team brings the 11th Annual PHYSICAL POETRY to the Shorecrest Performing Arts Center on January 12 and 13, 2018.

PHYSICAL POETRY consistently delivers exciting pieces and dancers to an always sold-out crowd. 

Professional dance companies from the greater Seattle area highlight the weekend's agenda. 
Exciting, heart-stopping, foot-stomping dance forms including hip hop, jazz, lyrical, tap, tango, salsa, modern, and many others, guarantee to keep attendees on the edge of their seats anticipating more.

This year there are three performances - Friday, Saturday matinee, Saturday evening, packed with the amazing talent from around our region, on one stage. This family friendly event will have the audience craving more!

Groups featured this year includes Alchemy Tap Project, Gotta Dance Studio - Redmond, WA, Grupo Folklorico Herencias Mexicanas, Kontagious Performing Company, Northside Step Team- Seattle, Wa, @Ladies of Lavista, Seattle Irish Dance Company, Melody Institute, Inc., 3rd Shift Dance and Shorecrest High School Hip Hop!


Shorecrest Booster sponsored raffle for a chance to win 2 orchestra level tickets to the Broadway hit musical, HAMILTON, coming to The Paramount next month! If you want a chance to see the #1 musical in the country, come to PHYSICAL POETRY!

The Shorecrest Dance Team's purpose is to promote diversity by utilizing Hip Hop as their medium. While learning teamwork, responsibility, and dance, the team develops camaraderie, and learns the importance of community. The group consist 46 members between a JV and Varsity Team.

AWARDS include District Titles wins from 2004-2015, State Championship Titles in 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 National Titles in 2010, 2012, 2015, Academic Excellence Award in 2006 and 2007.

Coach Rex Kinney was awarded “Coach of the Year” by the WSDDCA in 2011 and inducted in to the WSDDCA Hall of Fame in 2017.


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