Positive Thinking shows are ideal for schools, libraries, and other youth programs, as well as youth events such as Drug Free week, Black History Month, Leap Testing, Accelerated Reader Program (AR), and other special occasions.The show is approximately 45 minutes long and includes a dance workshop with various dance styles. Through dance, theater, and explanation, Rhythm/Soul discusses topics focusing on self-improvement, self-esteem, hard work, and positive thinking. The group also hosts dance workshops and mentoring programs for grades 1 - 12. These programs are held at schools and libraries, and for summer camps and/or youth programs for at-risk kids, and also can be scheduled by request. There are no specific venue requirements or restrictions.
Think Positive is an educational and motivational urban dance performance that teaches the youth of today the important values of modern life. The goal is not to preach the message, but rather to introduce a topic, speak on it briefly, then display it using a skit based on urban dance. The show focuses on Social Studies/History, Numeracy, Social Relations, Creative Representation, and Physical Fitness. The group focuses on the relationship between the classroom and real life situations; they briefly discuss and compare familiar negative vs. positive situations with the use of acting skits. The kids can also participate in the show with questions/answers and will be able to join the group for acting/dancing. Additionally, the kids will have an opportunity to write and draw pictures of their own visions of the positive aspects of the performance.
This show is accessible to all audiences. It includes interactive skits that cover different types of bullying such as physical, verbal, social, and cyber bullying.Through acting skits/performance, the group teaches skills and methods to deal or cope with all types of bullying. Self-improvement, determination, problem solving, conflict resolution, and confidence will all be discussed in the skits to teach kids how to overcome these issues on different aspects of bullying.The show is approximately 45 minutes long and is geared for grades 1- 12. The students will also participate in a true/false question/answer session. This show also includes a dance workshop after the performance, where the kids will learn different types of Urban Dance Styles and will get to showcase their dance moves. Through dance, theater, and explanation, Rhythm/Soul discusses topics focusing on self-improvement, self-esteem, hard work, and positive thinking. The group also hosts dance workshops as well as mentoring programs for grades 1 - 12. These programs are held at schools and libraries, and for summer camps and/or youth programs for at-risk kids, and can also be scheduled by request. There are no specific venue requirements and or restrictions.
The group's founders and members are Terrance Morgan and Tyler Wilson from Lafayette, La.
*In School/Afterschool/Summer workshops*
Hip Hop/ Funk such as Breakin, Poppin, and Fusion Choreography
Students will learn a basic breakdown of the history of different urban dance styles such as Breakin (BBoying/BGirling), Poppin and a variety of street dance styles. Through this workshop students will learn self-expression, motivation, hard work, and will participate in physical fitness activities. The kids will also participate in groups, duets, and solo performances, and will get to participate in a final showcase to show off what they've learned in the workshop.