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Bring It! Live

Tobin Center for Performing Arts
Miss D and the Dancing Dolls — stars of the hit reality show Bring It! — have embarked on a second tour showcasing their award-winning hip-hop majorette routines. The Dolls will storm the Tobin stage, stomping out never-before-seen high-octane routines in this encore of 2016’s sold-out live tour. Audiences will experience the full scope of these original dances and the electric energy the Dancing Dolls bring to the stage. Familiarity with the TV show isn’t required — even the most reality-averse among us won’t be able to resist the infectious beat of these flashy routines.

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