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Don't Doubt The Dance!

Posted by Emily Sweeney November 30, 2006 07:46 AM

I *LOVE* THESE GUYS!

They are, hands down, the best party crashers. EVER. The three guys in 123 PARTY – Dice, Blaze and Fury – became notorious for prancing around Boston in tight fluorescent neon outfits and tube socks, with a boom box in tow. They've busted out their fierce dance moves in countless bars, clubs, and shopping centers all over the city (they've been kicked out of the Prudential Mall four times.)

I asked 123 Party to perform at our Bloodfeast Halloween bash in October -- that's when Fury told me that Dice and Blaze had dropped out of the group :(
But I recently learned some good news: auditions are being held to find two more dancers, because 123 Party plans to make a comeback! (I hear there's a movie in the works, too....)



If you’ve never seen 123 Party in action, you gotta watch this video. Be patient while it loads; it may take a minute.... and turn up the volume on your computer. Trust me, it’s worth it:


Think you got what it takes to join "Boston's #1 renegade dance troupe?" Then here's the deal: 123 Party is looking for “two fearless guys between the ages of 20 and 25” to fill the shoes of Dice and Blaze.

Auditions will be held at Avalon on Dec. 8th at 8 p.m.

I don't fit their description exactly, but I'm very tempted to go try out myself.

For more details on the tryouts, and to see more of 123 Party's breathtaking dance moves, go to their Myspace page.

- Emily Sweeney

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