As promised when they first got to town, it’s time for your Jabbawockeez show review.
Everyone was grooving Wednesday night at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City thanks to these guys, the men/Jabbas of the hour.
The Jabbawockeez are masters of combining slow and quick movements in unison while also breaking the traditional dance group mold at times with each member almost giving their own performance simultaneously. It works though. You’re still drawn to them as a group. And each time you see them, you gain a different perspective.
They are also amazingly awesome at playing off the crowd. Three lucky audience members even got to join the guys on stage Wednesday night…the luckiest being the lady participant…let me tell you. They flirted with her this time….and totally stole our thunder. We’re still kind of jealous.
(We try to remind ourselves of this moment and it consoles us for a bit).
Moving on…so from the start of the show, we were told that the Jabbawockeez are a figment of your imagination.
We believe it. Without giving too much away, the guys took us (via break dance, head spins, back flips, running mans, and lots of other fancy foot work) through different scenarios ranging from a Gene Kelly-esque number to Sir Mixalot booty popping. How’s that for variety?
When you buy a ticket to see the Jabbawockeez, you are absolutely buying a ticket to see a great dance show, but you also get incredible theatrics and are able to walk away with a meaning personal to you. And like we said, the cool part is that every time can be a different experience!