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Str8jacket Presents: 90's Hip-Hop Workshop by Dennis Infante

  • Str8jacket Dance Company 25 37th Avenue San Mateo, CA, 94403 United States (map)

Rollout to another fundraising workshop by Dennis Infante!!! Fun Fact: Dennis will also DJ at our 90's themed all-styles dance battle on April 6th: Get Jiggy Wit It! Come through!

Str8jacket will be hosting a series of workshops from mid-March until early May. Come dance and grow with us this spring! Our workshop series is one of our fundraising initiatives to help Str8jacket travel and perform at Elements, VeRve, Ultimate Brawl, World of Dance Champs, and more!
Learn more about our mission & fundraiser here:

Price: $15 for one class (Cash/Venmo @str8jacketdance)
We will also be selling our new merchandise at every workshop!

Dennis' bio:
Dennis Infante is currently a member of GroovMekanex and MuthaFunkers. He was also a past member of The DS Players and Nu-Origin Dance Crew. Known as a well rounded dancer in many styles, he remains active in the dance community by participating in many aspects of the scene whether it’s on stage, in cyphers/battles, or judging/DJing at various events. Dennis is also the co-founder of, a Bay Area based street dance website. Past events include winning Locking and All-Styles Battles/competitions at Gimme Da Loot, Homecoming, Mighty 4, Break Festival and Body Rock. He is the 2011 R16 USA Locking Champion, and went on to represent the USA in Korea at the R16 2011 World Finals. Through his life as a dancer/dj, Dennis has shared stages/opened for artists like Vikter Duplaix, Rich Medina, Pete Rock, DJ Premier, Nu-Mark, J Rocc, The Black Eyed Peas, Rahzel of The Roots, Souls of Mischief, Evelyn Champagne King, Rose Royce, and Shannon. He has also DJ’d for many battle events and festivals such as Freestyle Session, Mighty 4, All The Way Live, Homeland Jam, and Malcom X Jazz Festival. For more info, dance clips, and dj mixes check out Dennis’ website at

Dennis' Teaching Philosophy:
"While vocabulary and technique is very important, learning the original essence and spirit of each style is equally as important."