It’s that time of the week again! Happy Friday to you all! This week we are featuring the Choreo Cookie’s newest piece titled “14.” Let me start off by just saying DOOOOOPE! I’ve always loved the Choreo Cookies, and they never cease to amaze me. This performance was no different. Everything was on point. What I love so much about the Choreo Cookies is that they are always so clean and in sync. Their choreography, formations, and transitions were so sick in this performance. My eyes were glued to the screen from beginning to end. Additionally, I love the message behind their dancing. It starts off with sound bites of “what are you doing,” “you’ll never be good enough,” and “nobody believes in you,” then, goes into their performance accompanied by the symbolism of the red tape across all the dancers’ mouths. It was completely well thought out.
In life, there may be certain people that try to bring you down, cut you down, or try to break you. Know that you can and will rise above it. No matter what, it’s all love.
Video info from ILoveChoreoCookies:
Here is our newest piece titled “14.”
Whether people in your life have told you that “you couldn’t do it”, that you “aren’t good enough”, or that “nobody believes in you,” we always have the choice to be the better person. Not to fight back or seek revenge. In this piece, the only message we have to say is that no matter what those people might do or say to us… we still love you.
Congratulations to all performers on your journey to a great show. We’re very thankful to be able to share the stage with each and every one of you.
Music & Choreography:
-Intro music produced by Isac Diaz and Machail Villareal
-The Octopus Project “Porno Disaster”
choreography: Carlo Darang & Keone Madrid
choreography: Kayla Graham & Kristen Aguinaldo
-Tinman “U Got 3m”
choreography: Paul Ross
-The Bangerz “Sleep Wockin'”
choreography: Chris Martin
-Jazz’n’Groove “Mirando la Calle” mixed with produced beat by Keone Madrid
choreography: Mariel Martin & Tracy Seiler
-JayZ & Kanye West “Why I love you” with ending beat produced by Machail Villareal
choreography: Dom Byrd & Keone Madrid