Dancer, choreographer, and Artistic Director Rennie Harris founded the first and longest running hip-hop dance company in the U.S. The Philadelphia native pioneered street dance theater by bringing social dances to concert stages with groundbreaking narratives. Before Harris became one of the country’s most sought after choreographers, he danced with the street dance crew "The Scanner Boys." As a talented popper, he toured with top rap artists on the country’s first hip-hop tour. Part of the "If Cities Could Dance" series.