Brian Seibert discusses Tap in American popular culture
Brian Seibert, The New York Times dance critic and author, explores tap in American popular culture.
A hybrid of traditional African dance, and jig, clog, and other folk-dance forms from the British isles, featured are tappers Roxane Butterfly, Kazu Kumagai and Caleb Teicher, archival film and a reading from this newly published and all-encompassing book.
Fridays at Noon tickets are $10 online/$15 at the door and should be purchased in advance online or at the 92Y Box Office in the lobby.
Photo Credit: Nancy Crampton
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