Footwork Production, LLC is an events management and production company dedicated to all aspects of live dance and music performances. Footwork is comprised of special events and video production, multimedia development, and merchandising.
It is the mission of Footwork Production to elevate B-boy dance culture and one day make Las Vegas a battleground for international and national dance competition events. Footwork has partnered to receive official licensed agreements to produce USA qualifying break dance competition events. This includes but not limited to R16, UK Championships, Battle of the Year, and the company’s very own, Call Out Fall Out.
Footwork Production, LLC was founded in the City of Entertainment by two brothers, Rodolfo and Ronnie Abaldonado. Their childhood inspiration of Michael Jackson and movies like Breakin’ and Breakin’2: Electric Boogaloo would one day open up their hearts and passion to the world of dance.
In 1995 the two brothers formed a dance group called the Full Force Crew, “everything they did, they did it with Full Force.” The dance crew grew to be known as SuperCr3w – winners of Season 2 of MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew. SuperCr3w was honored to be the first Hip Hop dance crew to perform inside the White House. SuperCr3w members currently appear as a special guests with the Jabbawockeez, the famous dance show on the Las Vegas strip and winners of season 1 of MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew. The Full Force Crew members were also blessed with an opportunity to open a local dance studio in the city – the Distrct – which caters to the growing hip hop culture.
More famously, Ronnie Abaldonado who lead SuperCr3w to their championship crowning of America’s Best Dance Crew in 2008, is also the 2007 winner of the best of the best single dance international dance competition Red Bull BC One. This earned Ronnie Abaldonado the title of being the 1st competitive breakdancer (b-boy) to be sponsored by Red Bull International and USA. Thereafter, an independent film titled “Turn it Loose,” was released that followed the story of Ronnie Abaldonado and other dancers through their journey leading up to the championship battles. When not dancing in his hometown show, Ronnie Abaldonado remains an active figure in the Breakdance (B-Boy) community. He continues to travel the world to judge dance competitions, promotes the dance community, preserves the dance culture, and competes in group and single events worldwide.