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ILL-ABILITIES™ Dance Crew - No Excuses, No Limits

Presented by Meridian Theatres @ Centrepointe

With special guest: Propeller Dance

A breakdance performance unlike any other—Be inspired by the moves, grooves and stories of this international crew comprising differently-abled dancers.


ILL-A•bil•i•ty [‘il-ə-ˈbi-lə-tē] – 

noun, plural ILL-A•bil•i•ties~ 

» An adaptation of power, strength, and creativity. 
» Believing in yourself—to accomplish anything you set your mind to. 
» Creating opportunities from challenges. 
» Exploiting your capabilities—to live life to the fullest potential. 

"A powerful force on the hip-hop dance stage" - The Guardian

Dance like anything is possible. 

Be inspired by this international award-winning all-star breakdance crew, comprising some of the world’s best Bboys’ that have a disability. No Excuses, No Limits takes audiences on a journey of each dancer’s story through dance, music, audience interaction, working towards an understanding of the limitless possibilities that any person can hold. 

Having performed in over 25 countries and reached more than 1 million audiences globally, ILL-Abilities makes its way back to Singapore with its latest production, No Excuses, No Limits. This motivational showcase sold out 10 sessions at Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., USA, and will be one that you probably have not experienced before!

ILL-Abilities is a play on the word “ill”, inspired by its usage in hip hop culture to describe something in a positive manner. Rather than meaning “sick” or “unwell”, the “ill” in ILL-Abilities refers to the incredible, amazing and intricate talent of its crew members, who strive to inspire and spread positive thinking through their optimistic attitudes, personal stories and unique dance moves. 


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Propeller Dance

Propeller Dance has been an innovator in the field of contemporary integrated dance performance practices in Canada since 2007. Propeller Dance is committed to excellence — creating, teaching, performing, presenting integrated dance and disability arts. At the core of their work is the belief that dance is for all people, and as wide a breadth of expression as possible is of value. They are recognized as a leader in Canada for innovative, inclusive creations and teaching practices.

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