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Dancing in the Street by Christine Hands

Gus has had to work hard at school in order to succeed; the only thing that he has ever really succeeded in is Street dance- everyone has watched him change since taking it up.

“A very natural style short play suitable for youth performers.”

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A story of street dance rivalry and a groups goal to win.

Gus has had to work harder than most of his friends at school in order to succeed; the only thing that he has ever really succeeded in is Street dance- everyone has watched him change since taking it up.

He forms a dance group called ‘Onbeat’ and enters a dance competition, but there is unexpected competition from a rival dance group ‘Kickback’. This is set to cause a stir within Onbeat in more ways than one.

How will Onbeat react to having another dance group on their patch? Will friendships be destroyed or will new relationships be formed?

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Carl French

"This is a well thought out play which holds the attention. It is written in a modern 'street' style which should appeal to young people and be performed by secondary schools pupils, youth clubs and dance groups.

The play follows the joining of dance groups who enter a local competition and follow their journey from rivalry to co-operation."

Marie Harris

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"A very natural style short play suitable for youth performers."

Carl French

"This is a well thought out play which holds the attention. It is written in a modern 'street' style which should appeal to young people and be performed by secondary schools pupils, youth clubs and dance groups.

The play follows the joining of dance groups who enter a local competition and follow their journey from rivalry to co-operation."

Marie Harris

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