But Storyboard P, of Brooklyn, was the evening’s superlative eccentric. He traveled fluidly on point in his sneakers; his torso arched and dipped with astonishing ease; he wrapped one leg around another in knots. Storyboard P is an extraordinary mover. ”
~ Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times
A Story As Told Through Singular Images, One By One, In Motion, Each Defined & Effervescent, Brimming With The Incomparable Genius That Is Storyboard P
Magna Carta Story | WORLD PREMIERE
Street dance legend Storyboard P brings his overwhelming talents to unlikely stages across Brooklyn. Merging a vast array of styles and traditions, he honed his gifts in the borough’s highly competitive street dance culture, emerging as the first official “King Of The Streets”. See Story take over the Beaux Arts Hall in the Brooklyn Museum, MetroTech Commons and Brooklyn’s newest and most exciting stage, The Daily News Plaza at the Barclays Center. Plus, don’t miss him on BEAT Opening Night, as he shares the first looks at “Magna Carta Story” in the Brooklyn Museum.
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Who Is Storyboard P?
Brooklyn born and bred, Story has studied all types of classical dance traditions and merged them with his own street-bred style to create his own unique movement vocabulary. He was the first BattleFest champion and regularly appears at Breakin’ Conventions in New York City and London.