Hip-Hop Halloween: Monster Mash. A thrilling show full of chilling performances danced by your favorite classic spooky characters; Frankenstein, The Werewolf, The Mummy and More! Directed by Artistic Director Stuck Sanders and Alee Martinez, with guest dancers from the Tribe Dance Company and featuring industry leading hip hop artists. Prior to joining PBT, Sanders and Martinez Co-Founded The Tribe and Poise’n, which they continue to direct today. Bring the whole family, you definitely won’t want to miss this!
Saturday, October 29th, 7pm
Sunday, October 30th, 1pm
2215 Broadway, Redwood City
Tickets $65, $45 and $35
Discount of $5-off for seniors (age 65+) and juniors (18 and below).
Questions about tickets, contact: (650) 212-5867
All ticket sales are final. No refunds can be accommodated.
We highly recommend ticket insurance available at checkout
PBT performances are very popular and have been targeted by unauthorized ticketing outlets.
Beware: only tickets sold at the PBT box office site are authorized ticket sales. We cannot accommodate tickets purchased through any other ticket outlet.
Patrons are our first Priority
We follow all Covid Protocols in place at the time of Performance. Currently San Mateo County has no restrictions in place. However should that change be prepared to show proof of Covid Vaccination.
Masks are not required but recommended.
* Subject to change before performance date
CBS News Bay Area Interview with Stuck Sanders
About the Directors
Stuck Sanders was introduced to dance at the age of 12 when his mom was looking for a creative outlet for him. After one hip hop class he was hooked and headed for a career in the world of art and dance. In just a few years he was performing in halftime shows for the NBA's Sacramento Kings and earning a reputation as a top freestyler, where he was encouraged to create new moves and develop a personal style. Soon he was known for his style of Turf Dancing incorporating strong narrative with storytelling and burnished his reputation participating in numerous dance battles. At 19 he headed to Los Angeles for more vigorous training and to take part in the competitive dance industry. While on his dance journey his path crossed with Alee martinez. in December of 2015 they both formed The Tribe dance company, where they could continue to foster the art form and pass on their many talents to new hip hop artists.
Alee Martinez has been dancing since the young age of 8, where she started in jazz and ballet in a local community center in San Jose, CA. In high school she was introduced to the dance club and fell absolutely in love with it. The club had many guest choreographers that introduced her to new styles of dance, including hip hop. That is when her passion for dance grew and she knew that is what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. At the age of 19 she started auditioning for different hip hop dance companies in the bay area and through that was given many opportunities to perform on many stages including television. From America's got talent Season 7 to TruTv’s Fake Off Season 2 winner, she has learned so much from each opportunity and wants to share her knowledge with her students. Aside from tv, she has worked with vans shoe company, adobe, hyundai, youtube, nba, sam’s club, and many more. After meeting her fiance in 2014 they decided to start their own company. That is where the tribe dance co. and poise’n dance crew were founded. Her goal is to inspire her students to dream big and work hard, because anything is possible to achieve when your heart is in it.
Our Patrons are our First Priority
The Fox Theatre renovations included
A state-of-the-art HVAC system containing 34 Merv 13 filters and Bio Ionization technology to trap very fine particles, potential allergens, bacteria, and viruses.
Hospital grade UVC sanitizing lights installed throughout the theater and operated following each thorough cleaning when the theater is empty.
All Restrooms updated to touchless technology
Hand sanitizing stations throughout the theater and restrooms.
We follow all recommendations from San Mateo County regarding audience requirements at time of performance