"Tap Treasures" Tap Dance Walking Tour - TAP CITY '19
The American Tap Dance Foundation
The American Tap Dance Foundation's TAP TREASURES walking tour of tap dance landmarks returns on Sunday, July 7, a featured event of TAP CITY, the weeklong tap dance festival. "Tap Treasures" Tours orientation and presentation begins from 9:30am-10:30am at Broadway Dance Center, 322 West 45th Street. The first tour, "Tap Treasures" Part 1, (11am to 1pm), will include a walking tour of the Broadway Theater District featuring SEVEN historic Broadway theaters, which hosted major productions during the tap dance renaissance, marking pivotal moments in tap dance history. Locations include the St. James Theatre, the Broadhurst Theatre, the Minskoff Theater, the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, Sony Hall (formerly known as the Diamond Horseshoe), the Ambassador Theatre and the August Wilson Theatre.
"Tap Treasures" Tour Part 2 (2pm-5pm) will feature a tour of RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL in groups of 25, starting approximately 15 minutes apart.
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