In celebration of krump’s tenth anniversary, Visions and Voices: The USC Arts & Humanities Initiative
brings choreographer and “queen of krump” Miss Prissy
, who has danced with Snoop Dogg, the Game and Madonna, to premiere The Underground, a live theatrical experience on the art of krump. This original production will also feature the choreography and talents of krump pioneer Lil' C
, a guest judge on FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance. Join us as some of the best krump dancers on the planet captivate you with their dynamic and unique styles and illustrate the emotional, spiritual and physical impact of krump in the streets, in studios and in spaces around the world. The show will explore the roots of krump and issues like gender, fame and space, and will reveal the connections between krump and community dance rituals that have existed throughout history. Organized by Annenberg faculty members Sasha Anawalt
, Taj Frazier
and journalist Jessica Koslow
, M.A. in Specialized Journalism (The Arts) ‘12.