2 Kids and A Dream – “Whacha Don’t Wanna Tap Into”


Recently we had the honor of covering the above 2 Kids and A Dream production entitled “Whacha Don’t Wanna Tap Into”. This production was created by Ursula Kendall Johnson and Juel Demetrius Lane. This duo have created a play that deals with all of the elements of life that affect us on a real factual basis. Issues dealing with love, pain and more fill this action packed production. The production featured a wide variety of talented artist including: Algebra, Butta B. Rocka, Shannon Byrd, Quentin “EQ” Johnson, Natasha Jones, Michael Kinsey, Majesty, Rahbi, Taejah Thomas, Y-iii Remnant and Ina Williams. Support your artist and the programs that our public schools have to offer our children. This production included plenty of members whom attended Tri-Cities High School in East Point, Ga. Thumbs up to all involved parties!!!

About Two Kids and A Dream:

Two Kids and A Dream is comprised of creators Ursula Kendall-Johnson and Juel D. Lane.  Both mega talented dancers/choreographers have extensive professional dance backgrounds, are graduates of Tri-Cities High School and have teamed up to showcase their creative finesse and physical dexterity.  Ursula Kendall-Johnson’s work includes Tekrema Dance Company, Dawn Axam Experience, Bow Wow, Sammie, Ailey Camp Atlanta and additional projects internationally in London, West Africa, Spain, Guadeloupe, and Netherlands.  Juel D. Lane is a former member of Ronald K. Brown/Evidence. He has worked with Camille A. Brown, Dawn Axam, D.Woods and his choreography has been performed by The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Wake Forest University and Spelman College.

Craig Lane

Proud Atlantan whom seeks to make a difference in the world. Favorite quote: “People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” ― Dale Carnegie

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