Step It Up 2

Some people have a soft spot for low-budget horror movies. Some people love foreign films. My weakness is movies whose plots (and I use that term loosely) serve only to showcase the dance move of the “actors” in the film. “Center Stage”, “Save the Last Dance” and the original “Fame” series, are examples. Though Fame did actually have a compelling plotline. The most recent addition to the genre is “Step It Up 2.” Saw this last night with a fellow DDPP’er and we loved it. Made us wanna go home and have our own little DDPP. The acting was horrible and the plot pieced together from every dance movie to come before it, but the dancing was SICK. I wanna learn to breakdance! Maybe I’ll get a choreographer to come to a future DDPP and teach us a few hip hop dance moves…

NKOTB Reunion?

For those of us who will admit to falling in love with the New Kids on the Block back in the day, you might be interested to know that there are rumors of a reunion tour. Yup- it’s time to bust out your day-glow-orange Joey t-shirt and gigantic John buttons! Source: Entertainment Weekly.

Next Seattle DDPP – March 9

Thanks to our guest DJ Candee last night for the amazin’ 80s tunes! All new attendees last night which was fabulous. We now have a regular day and time: every other Sunday from 6-7:30 p.m., Velocity Dance Center, Studio 3 or the Chamber theater depending on the date.

Next Seattle DDPP – Feb. 24

Thanks to all the ladies who made our first session such a success. If you weren’t able to attend in January, now’s your chance to dance! Join us on Sunday, Feb. 24, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the Velocity Dance Center, Studio 3. Legwarmers welcome!