PUMA x STREB dance company

PUMA x STREB dance company PUMA x STREB dance company. Prepare to be amazed by the physical phenomenon that is STREB, the dance company featured in PUMA’s Spring/Summer Sportslifestyle campaign. The founder and legendary choreographer, Elizabeth Streb, coins the studio’s unusual technique “PopAction.” This untraditional art form draws upon things like dance, extreme sports, boxing, the circus, and Hollywood stunt work. As if this wasn’t enough, STREB also uses daring and strict precision to display the effects of ‘pure movement.’

Tucked away behind the main screen on PUMA’s homepage, you will find your backstage pass to a STREB performance where PUMA gear gets put to the ultimate test. STREB dancers found PUMA footwear and apparel to be the perfect fit in complimenting their “PopAction” style of dance. Together with PUMA, STREB combines unique movements and bold colors to create a futuristic feel.

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2 Responses to “PUMA x STREB dance company”
  1. Kim Cullen says:

    Come See the STREB ACtion Engineers in Person!
    They Dance, You Sweat!

    STREB SLAM XI

    8 WEEKS OF EXTREME ACTION– JUST IN TIME FOR SPRING

    Friday, March 29th through Sunday, May 18th

    At S.L.A.M. (Streb Lab for Action Mechanics)

    51 North 1st Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

    Schedule: Fridays at 7pm, Saturdays at 3pm and 7pm

    Sundays at 3pm

    Admission: $20—Adults, $10—Children

    To buy tickets call Theatermania: 212-352-3101
    Or visit http://www.strebusa.org

  2. Rakia says:

    SLAM SHOW 11! This weekend!

    Come check out the extreme action!

    Friday May 2, 2008, 7pm
    Saturday May 3, 2008 3pm and 7pm
    Sunday May 4, 2008 3 pm

    Performances take place at SLAM (Streb Lab for Action Mechanics):
    51 North 1st Street Williamsburg, Brooklyn

    Tickets: $20 for adults, $10 for kids

    For tickets call Theatermania: 212-352-3101
    Or visit: http://www.strebusa.org

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