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For One Night Only: “The Story of Tap, 2015” returns to Dixon Place
Hank Smith, Max Pollak, Kazu Kumagai, Loretta Abbott and Kuni Mikami
About this Show
“The Story of Tap, 2015” returns to Dixon Place for one night. Originally a six evening series done in 1998 and 2005, it is a narrative of tap dance, rather than some definitive history of it. Hank Smith will engage tap dancers in conversation about the art form. Film clips will be shown and dancing will occur. The dancers cover different perspectives of experience and will tell their stories with words and feet. It’s all an improvisation. The story continues.
Saturday, Oct. 3 at 7:30pm
General Admission: $12 in advance, $15 at the door
Students / Seniors: $10
With guest dancers
Max Pollk, Kazu Kumagai, and Loretta Abbott
Photo Credit: Julie Lemberger
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