Toronto – October 31, 2008
Known for providing dancers and choreography to legends such as Diddy, Alicia Keys and Janet Jackson, Do Dat Entertainment launches its fall season with its participation in two television reality shows TV Tropolis’ Kidz For It and CTV’s So You Think You Can Dance Canada. Even with such a busy schedule, Do Dat continues its charitable outreach to youth, in addition to specialized corporate team building initiatives.
Veteran Do Dat dancer Danny Davalos, hosts the new dance reality show Kidz For It, airing on TV Tropolis. Known for his choreography for Ricky Martin, Shakira and Sean Desman, Davalos’ show takes the audience inside the lives of young entertainers, auditioning to become a member of the show’s cast. While entertaining audiences, the kids will also help raise funds and build awareness for a variety of charities, while also encouraging other kids to get involved in their communities.
Luther Brown, founder of Do Dat Entertainment, can also be seen shaking up the small screen this year, as the new judge and choreographer of CTV’s So You Think You Can Dance Canada. Brown, who has provided dancers and choreography for some of today’s hottest musicians including Nelly Furtado, Timbaland, Diddy, Alicia Keys and Janet Jackson, is now bringing his experience to Canadian reality television.
Do Dat Entertainment has always used its popularity and success to help out the community through numerous charity events and organizations, such as Hoedown and Strictly Salsa. Electrifying dance shows are put on by Do Dat dancers, in which all ticket sales go directly to charities within the community.
The Do Dat Corporate Dance-Fit! Program has been created to provide corporations with an enjoyable Hip-Hop dance class as an alternative to traditional fitness programs, and offer a way for employees to relax, increase their physical fitness, and promote company camaraderie. This program is an innovative way to stay fit and have fun.
“We don’t follow the trend, we create the trend,” said Do Dat Entertainment founder Luther Brown. “It’s with this passion and drive that has made excitement, energy and intensity what Do Dat is all about.”
Do Dat Entertainment, ran by founder and choreographer Luther Brown, Ryan Robinson and Wayne Samuels, has been an influential component, helping to transform Toronto’s dance community into a thriving, successful urban dance industry, which has gone on to gain worldwide recognition.
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