Break dancing performer to entertain at library Dec. 6

Randorn Luangpraseuth, known professionally as ‘Tiger,’ will perform at the Trumbull Library at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6.

A teacher and performer of Break Dancing for people of all ages, Tiger uses the culture of hip-hop in a positive way to educate and elevate the world we live in.

Tiger specializes in Break Dancing, beginning serious study of this dance form when he was 15 years old. Within 4 years, he had gained attention as a gifted dancer and instructor. Under the tutelage of Khaiim Kelly, Tiger has honed his teaching and presentation skills.

In a very unassuming way, the artist quickly engages participants of all ages and abilities, including members of senior centers, in the art form of ‘breakin.’ His presentations always include a discussion on the elements of hip-hop culture and how it relates to the world today.  His goal is to provide a positive image and send a positive message of healthy living, as well as teach and provide fun for everyone he works with.

Free and open to the public. Registration requested through the library’s website or by calling 203-452-5197.