"Bboying's significant theatre presence is down to strong-minded individuals who understand that the dance form does not have to remain a competitive street art."
"The present-day hip hop theatre scene is rich with creative and innovative work..."
In regards to the first quote, it states that bboying doesn't always have to be competitive. However, breaking started through its competitive nature. I think that by putting breaking into another context, it strips some of its originating qualities. It is important to understand this because as breaking is introduced to a different scene, I think it loses its authenticity in relation to hip hop culture. Also, the article says that the hip hop theatre scene is creative and innovative. This is probably because it is still a new dance that requires acceptance to be showcased in a production like "Breakin' Convention". Breaking is creative and innovative on its own, but I just think that productions that require choreography and rehearsals takes away from freestyling the art form.