While attending college in Cape Town, Melea Martin feels constrained by the school's strict policies, and decides to set out on her own. Searching for a way to use her talents as a dancer and inspire the community around her, Melea rents a failing theater in order to put on a Hip-Hop Romeo and Juliet performance. But much like the Capulets and Montagues, conflicts between cast members threaten to bring the whole performance to a halt...
Did You Know?
Unlike Honey 2 (2011), which at least featured Lonette McKee and Lauriann Gibson reprising their roles along with Honey Daniels' dance studio serving as an important plot point, this installment has little connection to the original film with the only ties being canonical references to the first film and Melea Martin mentioning having trained at Honey's dance studio. See more
During the ending show whenever the audience is shown, if you look closely you will see that there are a lot of mannequins placed at the back of the theater to create an illusion of a full house. See more
Follows Honey 2
Performance by CINDY ALMA See more