Spectacle that speaks of the common man of the big city, characters marginalized by the society. Inhabitants of the sub-world, the suburbs, the favelas and the Brazilian way of surviving. In them they parade sub-employees, abandoned minors, workers and artists, an army that populate the trains, the free fairs, the streets and the bars of life.
We live their day by day by the songs and the memory of old composers. “Brasileirinho” also focuses on love and contradictions in this context.
At the end of each year the Petite Danse Dance School meets to perform a great show with a carefully thought out theme, seeking to impart diverse knowledge to students and the general public.
Below, you can check out other dance shows that make Petite Danse ever more proud of the work and dedication of students and teachers.
Anyway, our dance history is made of spectacles.