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(DENVER, Colo., April 6, 2004) Nate Simpson chuckles at the abilities of Josh Vigil. Together they are two of three B-Boy dancers working on routines for the show in the basement. Jose Mercado presents Zoot Suit Riots. This is a first for the level of high school play attempted at North High School. This is a daily rehearsal with addition of the "B-Boy'N--dance rehearsals of play dancers, Josh Vigil, 17, junior, aka "Gizmo" more prefered aka, "Steez"...short dark hair, been breaking since he was age 7. He is the most inventive and the role model for the other two young athletes. Tall, large ears, very elongatedly graceful male, Richard Romero, 18, senior, aka, "Morn-One", more prefered aka, "Skriblz", and Nate Simpson, 18, senior, aka "Kers-One", african american male with close cropped hair. They rehearsed in the adjunct school room by the gymnasium downstairs. (Photo by: STEVEN R. NICKERSON/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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