RJC Dance Youth Provision members share their urban life interrupted by lockdown and sparked by the joy of movement and dance. RJC Dance continue to engage, nurture and inspire children & young people, despite the Covid-19 pandemic, and encourage their self-expression.
Created & Performed by: Keldan Copeland & Tre’von Gibson
Music: Cabin Fever
About the artists
Keldan Copeland has been a member of RJC Dance Youth Provision for just over a year. Keldan is in his first year at Leeds City College studying Creative Media TV and Film Production. He is contemplating travelling to study in the USA and has aspirations to start his own professional film-making & acting company. Keldan is working hard towards achieving his dream of shooting big blockbuster movies and aims to become a household name in the UK in the next 10 years.
Tre’von Gibson has been a member of RJC Dance Youth Provision for 5 years and is also currently on the Centre for Advance Training (CAT) scheme; a pre-vocational training programme specialising in Contemporary Dance technique at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance. Tre’von intends to achieve his degree in Performing Arts in order to perform, teach and inspire young people with aspirations to ‘tread the boards’ on Broadway in the next 10 years.
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