"Leaders must encourage their organizations to dance to forms of music yet to be heard." Warren Bennis
RHYTHM IN MOTION, A Contemporary Tap Dance Showcase
FIVE DAYS OF CONTEMPORARY TAP DANCE
AMERICAN TAP DANCE FOUNDATION’S
RHYTHM IN MOTION
Renowned Tappers/Emerging Talent/New Work
Two Programs - Six Performances – March 29 through April 2
The Duke on 42nd Street
Choreographers include Chloe Arnold, Alexandria “Brinae Ali” Bradley,
Felipe Galganni, Susan Hebach, Kazu Kumagai, Lisa La Touche, Max Pollak,
Ana Rokafella Garcia, Leonardo Sandoval, Caleb Teicher,
Joseph Monroe Webb & Gabe Winns
(New York, NY, February 10, 2017) RHYTHM IN MOTION, the American Tap Dance Foundation's yearly performance showcase, returns to New York City March 29 through April 2 with new, groundbreaking tap dance choreography in two different programs at The Duke on 42nd Street. Program below.
In six performances over five days, top tap talent and emerging choreographers will offer a window into the forward thinking, innovative choreography driving the art form today. Directed and curated by American Tap Dance Foundation Artistic/Executive Director Tony Waag, Rhythm in Motion reveals the evolution of tap dance and the future of the medium.
“Once again, I’m very excited and proud to present a treasure trove of different voices that are working in the field today,” said Mr. Waag, recipient of the Dance Magazine Award for contributions to the art form. “The audience will see, and hear, everything from refined classical jazz-driven material to fresh, raw, experimental pieces that are very provocative. I think the world has finally realized that tap dance and tap choreography can also test the audience, tell a story, be influenced by world issues and express anger, fear, sadness and spirituality.
“There is so much new work being created right now that needs to be seen and shared with audiences. I only wish we had a dedicated Tap Dance Theater space where we could present new choreography, new ideas, new concepts year round,” he said.
Rhythm in Motion is a theatrical platform enabling the art form to present, move forward and grow. The American Tap Dance Foundation has been lauded for preserving the history of tap dance, as well as inspiring its evolution. RHYTHM IN MOTION 2017 PROMO VIDEO.
RHYTHM IN MOTION 2017
THE DUKE ON 42ND STREET
229 W 42ND Street (between 7th & 8th Avenue)
New York, NY 10036
Wednesday, March 29 (7pm)
Thursday, March 30, (7pm)
Friday, March 31, (7pm)
Choreographers: Susan Hebach, Kazu Kumagai, Max Pollak, Caleb Teicher, Lisa La Touche and Joseph Monroe Webb
Saturday, April 1, (2pm)
Saturday, April 1, (7pm)
Sunday, April 2, (2pm)
Choreographers: Brinae Ali, Chloe Arnold, Felipe Galganni, Ana Rokafella Garcia, Leonardo Sandoval and Gabe Winns
FOR TICKETS Click this link - http://dukeon42.org/Shows/2017/RhythminMotion
$125 VIP Donor (includes premium seat locations & post-performance meet the artists reception)
$50 Regular Admission
$25 Children, Students & Seniors (Children under 12 years of age, Students with valid picture ID & Seniors over 65 years of age)
Sunday - Monday, 11am-5pm; Tuesday - Saturday, 11am-7pm - 646.223.3010
BOX OFFICE WINDOW HOURS - Tuesday - Friday, 4-7pm; Saturday, 12-6pm- Extended hours until performance time on show days - Additional information call: 646-230-9564
[Rhythm in Motion 2016 – photo: Vitaliy Piltser]
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