• BOSTON
    September 18 - 20, 2015
    The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Hall C
    Fri. 11am-5pm | Sat. 11am-5pm | Sun 11am-4pm

And They Danced!

Wheelchair Hip-Hop Dancing

Presented by Auti Angel

Friday, September 5: 2:00 - 2:30 pm
Saturday, September 6: 2:00 - 2:30 pm
Sunday, September 7: 1:00 - 1:30 pm

Auti

“Once a Dancer, Always a Dancer!”
-Auti Angel

These words—the mantra of wheelchair dancer Auti Angel—have not only motivated her to fulfill her own dreams, they have also been an inspiration to the people around her to never give up on their aspirations.

Auti was a dancer before her life altering accident in 1992. And she has been a dancer ever since.

Now, Auti will give a Wheelchair Dancing Demo and Workshop on all three days of the Expo to show people of all abilities that, no matter when their situations, they too can dance!

“Dance is a state of mind and an attitude,” Angel told one woman in a wheelchair who mistakenly considered herself a former dancer. “Not just a physical motion.”

Following her accident, Angel was determined to create and transform Hip-Hop moves to suit her new ability and embarked on a quest to put together "The World's First Hip-Hop Wheelchair Dance Crew."

Then, in 2003, she founded the Colours~N~Motion Dance Crew. This crew has travelled coast to coast entertaining audiences and motivating them to reach beyond any physical limitations to discover the dancer within. See them in action at a recent Abilities Expo:

Auti Angel

Never one to slow her roll, Auti is also a star in the film Musical Chairs, a scintillating romance set against the backdrop of competitive wheelchair ballroom dancing. She is also one of the leading ladies in Push Girls, an inspiring new reality show—coming on the Sundance channel in June—which follows the lives of four charismatic, beautiful women who just happen to be in wheelchairs.

So, don’t miss the chance to meet Auti and learn some hot, hip hop moves at Abilities Expo!

 

 

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