Las Vegas show Jabbawockeez: Many of the best Las Vegas show dancers will tell you that their art is one of storytelling, of relating an experience or a group of emotions in a powerfully physical manner. Master storytellers often find themselves as single entities surrounded by talented backup who can, at best, provide a humble supporting role. Rarely does an entire group — one that has been seen on a multitude of commercials and television programs including “So You Think You Can Dance,” “Regis & Kelly,” and “The Ellen Degeneres Show” –- tell the tale so well that you’d never even stop to think that you had a favorite.
Jabbawockeez formed in 2003 and exploded onto the hip-hop dance scene five years later as the winners of season one of Randy Jackson’s “America’s Best Dance Crew.” Forgoing the industry’s tendency to promote personalities over performances, the seven man crew act as one entity, donning white masks and gloves and showcasing an amazingly fluid and groundbreaking approach to modern family-friendly dance routines.
Jabbawockeez is about the dance, not the dancers, and by paying homage to this ideal, the crew has managed to transform their Las Vegas show into a pure creative force that brings hip-hop, breakdancing, complex synchronization and unmatched choreography into the theater environment without missing a beat.
Their Las Vegas show utilizes a unique style and dedicated work ethic that has won them an enormous following both domestically and abroad, and the Monte Carlo Theatre is proud to bring the concept of “MÜS.I.C.” (pronounced Muse I See) to an ever-growing fan-base. This is one Las Vegas show that lends inspiration to the idea that the art and the artist can blend into something greater than the sum of both parts.