Break dancing, Metro style
Local artist Mad Sole was savvy enough to post a YouTube video of himself and other artists using the Metro system as a stage for break dancing.
The dancers use Metro platforms, escalators and even support poles to execute a series of intricate flips, verticals and head spins.
Regular Metro riders are likely to get a kick out of watching the guys as they dance their way though the Stadium/Armory, Grosvenor-Strathmore and McPherson Square stations in the video that runs roughly four minutes.
Who knew you could make getting on a Metro train look so artistic?!
Washington Post editors
| May 11, 2010; 1:35 PM ET
Tags: Arts, Dance, McPherson Square, Performing Arts, Video, YouTube
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