The show is hosted by Weinberg junior Justin Marquez and McCormick sophomore Michael Martinez.
ReFresH ended its show with the closing dance named “My Old Ways Got It Good.”
Dancers of ReFresH showed their passion as they danced to Jessie J’s “Burnin’ Up”.
ReFresH danced to the song “Trini Dem Girls” by Nicki Minaj.
After intermission, Weinberg freshman Grant Hou danced with Weinberg senior Brian Hallis’s beatbox rhythm.
The second special guest Anubhav, Northwestern's Bollywood film dance team, performed a Bollywood dance.
ReFresH Dance Crew was founded in 2005 and has grown to a large group of dancers with different styles including popping, breaking and hip-hop.
Besides hip-hop, ReFresH also brought contemporary dance elements into the second part of the show named “Blow Me a Promise.”
Guest performer Boomshaka kicked off ReFresH Dance Crew’s first solo show - “The Show.”
Photos by Wei Wei / North by Northwestern
ReFresH Dance Crew opened its first independent production “The Show” on Saturday at 10 p.m. in Ryan Auditorium. The second show was held Sunday at the same place at 7 p.m. Medill senior Danielle Zhu, president of ReFresH for 2014-2015 academic year, said over 60 dancers performed in ReFresH’s first solo show since ReFresH Dance Crew was founded ten years ago. “We’ve been talking for a while and lots of people have asked us why we don’t have our own show,” Zhu said, “I think this year we have a really strong team and we have a lot more people. It seemed like the right time.”
Zhu said she hopes that ReFresh can be bigger and even better in the future. “It changed so much in the past four years,” said Zhu. “After seeing how many people came to our show and how they loved it, I am really excited to see what it is going to be like next year."