TheyGotTime is a multifaceted group of artists presenting work through Acting, Dance, Music, and Comedy.
Price Range: $200 and up
Gig Length: 45 - 360 minutes
What to Expect
We create shows based around the theme of the event with our diverse cast of actors, dancers, musicians and comedians. We can perform small sets, full shows or host evening parties to entertain all night. As well as offer Choreography of any field (Ballet, Modern, Hip Hop, Burlesque, Krump Bollywood..Etc), Comedic bits to engage the guest they have stepped into a different world. Or even make your soul dance with our music.
Don't believe us? Just watch!
TheyGotTime was created by Jordon Waters and Austin Antoine. In 2009 TheyGotTime started creating shows in Los Angeles, CA at California Institute of the Arts. Blending Acting, Hip Hop lyricists, Dancing, Singing and Audience interaction TheyGotTime is creating a new art form that they will always leaving you wanting more. Traveling from coast to coast TheyGotTime embraces venues from Off-Broadway, dinner theaters or small living room performances. Currently, TheyGotTime is traveling around the country performing their new show "Rebirth of Rabbit's Foot" a Vaudeville Hip-Hop experience. This show has performed in LA, SD and twice in New York City.
Credits include: Guinness World Record for Longest Freestyle - Rap 16 1/2 hours, Feinstein 54/Below (Off-Broadway), Oregon Shakespeare Festival and events in South Africa.
Additional Booking Notes
For hosting, comedy or music, all we would need is a microphone.
It changes upon the venue.
Influences & Inspiration
The show "In Living Color" founded the cornerstone of TheyGotTime by paving the way for people of color to act, make skits, dance and create on a platform that would reach thousands of people.
Donald Glover was also a huge inspiration because of his ambitions to create music, act, screen write and perform comedy while also empowering other artists he is surrounded by.
Another source of inspiration is Charlie Chaplin, which makes a strong appearance in our "Rebirth of Rabbit's Foot" Vaudeville Hip Hop show. As well as Pat Chappelle who founded the first African-American minstrel show in the 1900's.
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