Besides Jazz, Hip-Hop is the only other American art-form exported globally en mass. Growing up in Baltimore, MD, USA i used to listen to Rap on the radio all-the-time. So, i was happy to learn of Du Théâtre's monthly Hip-Hop night: Snapback.
However, the DJs were whiter than croutons, and their music was comparably stale; both sets relied heavily on throwback big-names from the 90s like Jay-Z, BIG, and 2-Pac.
Also, not to be too critical, you dont need to worry about the bouncers, they try their best to look tuff, but they are, how do you say? soft.
Overall, it was an incredibly fake experience, but i guess that's why they call it <<the theatre>>.