If Cities Could Dance
Hip Hop Dance Legend Rennie Harris Shares Five Major Moments
Season 4 Episode 5 | 6m 58s
Dancer, Choreographer and Artistic Director Rennie Harris explains his time founding and running the first and longest running hip hop dance company in the U.S., Rennie Harris Puremovement; working on performances "Endangered Species" and "Rome and Jewels"; dancing with The Scanner Boys; touring on the U.S.'s first hip hop tour, The Fresh Festival; and hosting the TV dance show One House Street.
Aired: 11/09/21 |
S4 Ep5 | 6m 58s
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