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Feb 7, 2008

*DRP ARTISTS*
NEWS UPDATES & EVENTS
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Miss Thang nominated for Best Director-First Feature at the
Pan African Film Festival!

2008 PAN AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL

The award winning HD feature, The Rise & Fall of Miss
Thang, will screen at the Pan African Film Festival in
Los Angeles on Sunday Feb. 10 at 6:15pm and again on
Tuesday Feb. 12 at 3:15pm. Lead actress Dormeshia
Sumbry-Edwards and writer/director Stacie E. Hawkins
will be in attendance.
http://www.paff.org/home/films/find/46?


VARIETY REVIEW

“Miss Thang” was recently reviewed in Variety as a
result of screening in the New York African Diaspora
Film Festival. Ronnie Scheib of Variety wrote:

"the many jazzlike, improvisatory tap numbers nicely
combine looseness with genuine professionalism…that
harks back to Bill Robinson and the Nicholas
Brothers."

Read the full review at
http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117935752.html?categoryid=31&cs=1

ABOUT THE FILM

The Rise and Fall of Miss Thang is a feature length
dance drama that tells the story of a young Chicago
woman who re-kindles her love for the art of tap
dance. "Miss Thang" won Best Feature Narrative Award
at the 2007 International Black Film Festival of
Nashville. The film stars renowned tap dancer
Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards the only female to dance in
Broadway’s “Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk”.

http://www.missthangmovie.com
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Don’t miss: INDIA JAZZ SUITES on TOUR!
Featuring Pandit Chitresh Das
& Jason Samuels Smith

Upcoming Tour Dates 2008:

February 14 & 15 - Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr,
Pennsylvania
February 24 - Broward Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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"Alone, they're captivating. Together, they're magic."
- Allan Ulrich, Voice of Dance

INDIA JAZZ SUITES is an explosive collaboration between one

of India’s foremost Kathak masters and one of the world’s
fastest, Emmy-award winning tap dancers. The result is high

entertainment which crosses all boundaries of age, race and

culture — a blast of incredible speed and power, grace and
beauty, epic storytelling and the pure joy of dance.

After premiering in San Francisco in 2005, INDIA JAZZ
SUITES has received extensive critical acclaim and has
toured around the U.S. and India. It was chosen as
the #1 Dance Performance of 2005 by the San Francisco
Chronicle and won the prestigous Isadora Duncan Dance
Award (Izzie) for Best Ensemble Performance of the year.
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WOMEN IN TAP CONFERENCE: FEB 8-10, 2008 in Los Angeles!

Contact: Gayle Hooks, Jazz Tap Ensemble

310 – 475-4412 jtensemble@aol.com

For Immediate Release

WOMEN IN TAP

CONVERGE AT UCLA'S KAUFMAN HALL

(January 18, 2008) On February 8-10, Lynn Dally, Artistic
Director, Jazz Tap Ensemble will make history again! Dally,
an adjunct professor at UCLA's Department of World Arts and
Cultures first made history as the co-founder of Jazz Tap
Ensemble, the first dance company to bring rhythm tap dance
to the concert stage with live jazz music. Now, Dally is
gathering four generations of women who are making a
difference in the world of tap dance. Women In Tap the
first ever national conference will bring together 21 tap
artists – dancers, choreographers, scholars, and writers,
and will address the contributions of these women in tap to
the renaissance of tap dance over the past 30 years. A
conference highlight is WOMEN IN TAP the THE LEGENDS, a
full evening performance featuring Dally, Brenda Bufalino,
Dianne "Lady Di" Walker, Miriam Nelson, Acia Gray, Linda
Sohl-Ellison, Heather Cornell, Michelle Dorrance, Josette
Wiggan, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Chloe Arnold, Deborah
Mitchell, Terry Brock, and Barbara Duffy. Don't miss this
opportunity to see four generations of Women In Tap on
stage, at the same time, in the same place! WOMEN IN TAP
will take place on the UCLA Campus, Glorya Kaufman Hall,
February 8-10, 2008. For information on how to enroll in
the conference, go to
www.jazztapensemble.org/womenintap.html or contact Gayle
Hooks at 310-475-4412. To purchase tickets to the Saturday
Evening WOMEN IN TAP Concert, go to
http://www.ticketmaster.com , and type Women In Tap in the
search box or call the UCLA Central Ticket Office at
310-825-2101.

The conference opens Friday, February 8 at noon with
keynote by Sali Ann Kreigsman (NEA, Jacob's Pillow, Dance
Heritage Society), followed by presentations on women in
the

cultural history of tap, issues of gender, race, and more
faced by women in tap. The evening will

showcase the excellent contrast of the very youngest "Next
Generation" tappers in an informal concert followed by a
screening of the award winning documentary "Been Rich All
My Life", which tells the story of the Silver Belles, women
whose careers in tap were lived in the chorus lines of the
famed Apollo Theater.

Saturday will provide panel discussions on topics including
the choreographic contribution of women to the renaissance
of tap from the 70's forward, and an oral history workshop
featuring scholar Constance Valis Hill interviewing "Lady
Di" Dianne Walker about her life on Broadway in Black and
Blue. WOMEN IN TAP the LEGENDS highlight the day and will
feature the Jazz Tap Ensemble quartet, Music Director Jerry
Kalaf.

Sunday will begin with the screening of the documentary on
Dr. Jeni Le Gon, who began her film career tap dancing with
Bill Bojangles Robinson in the 1936 all black feature,
"Hooray for Love". Final panels and dialogues will
summarize the current state of the art and point to new
directions for the future.

Master classes taught by the legends are scheduled
throughout the weekend in Kaufman Hall. A "Choreographers
Gallery", hosted by NY Tap City's Tony Waag, will share
short clips of choreographic inventions by participating
artists.

Bios and Photos available upon request

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Gayle Hooks
Managing Director
Jazz Tap Ensemble
1416 Westwood Blvd. #207
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310)475-4412 (t)
jtensemble@aol.com
www.jazztapensemble.org
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Classes with Sue Samuels!

Visit Sue’s weekly schedule at
https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/home.asp

Starting in February
Sue’s Weekly Class Schedule:
Jazz Basics
Monday 8 – 9:30pm (new time)
Advanced Beginner Jazz
Tuesday & Thursday 10 – 11:30am
Tuesday 6 – 7:30pm (new day)
Intermediate Jazz
Saturday 4 – 5:30pm

ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER
The Joan Weill Center for Dance
405 West 55th Street (at 9th Avenue)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 405-9500
www.alvinailey.org
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*EAST COAST*
NEWS UPDATES & EVENTS
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A message from Fazil Cengiz:

Hi Everyone,
Fazil and all of us at the studio would like to take this
opportunity to thank every one of you for all the support
and friendships that we have forged over the last 30 years.
We are in negotiations with the new landlords of our new
studio space. As soon as we have anything in writing we
will scream the information to everybody!! It's been
stressful and sad the last couple of weeks and we
appreciate everyone's patience. Fazil just got the
"NOTICE". We have to be out of the studios by Thursday,
Feb. 07, 2008. So, monday and tuesday will be our last
full days at 743 8th ave. Wednesday we will be open but
have limited rooms because we have to remove mirrors.
Again, Thank you all for all the support over the years. I
will be sending out e-mails as soon as we have any new
information.

Please update this new e-mail address for the studio.
timescircle@gmail.com
This e-mail allows me to send out information faster and
easier. Please again put this e-mail address in your
contact list so the updates don't go into your spam
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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS at the AILEY EXTENSION!
OM YOGA PARTNER WORKSHOP


Give your valentine a special day with you!

Sunday, February 17, 2008
2 - 4:00pm
$20 per person/$40 per couple

To register, call 212-405-9500
MONSTERS OF HIP HOP MASTERCLASSES


Saturday, March 1, 2008
One Night Only!

Monsters of Hip Hop is privileged to work with The Ailey
Extension to offer an evening master class series.

5:30-6:45pm Session I with Jamal Sims
6:45-8:00pm Session II with Luam
8:00-9:15pm Audition/Agency Class
(awards, prizes and agency presence)
$22 per class
$60 for all 3 classes

Most workshops will be observed by one of our affiliated
talent agencies (MSA, BLOC, CTG, DDO) who will be scouting
for talent. Monsters scholarships will be awarded as well.

Space is limited and available on a first-come,
first-served basis.
Must be age 12 & up to be admitted to workshop
To register, call 410-313-8199

DANCES AND RHYTHMS OF THE MIDDLE EAST

A workshop exploring the intricate relationship between the
sensual movement and rhythm in Middle Eastern Dance.
Sunday, March 2 with Samara
11– 5pm

Cost: $75 per person
($90 if you register after February 18)

To register, call 212-405-9500



CLASS SCHEDULE UPDATES

New Classes
Absolute Beginner Hip Hop
With Robin Dunn
Fridays, 7 – 8:30pm

Cuban Popular Dance
With La Mora
Sundays, 4 – 5:30pm

Changes
Jazz Basics
With Sue Samuels
Mondays, 8 – 9:30pm (new time)
Advanced Beginner Jazz
With Sue Samuels
Tuesdays, 6 – 7:30pm (new day)

ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER
The Joan Weill Center for Dance
405 West 55th Street (at 9th Avenue)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 405-9500
www.alvinailey.org

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Registration is now open for
Manhattan Tap's New York City Summer Intensive Workshop
with Heather Cornell.
Note the earlier dates: June 23 - July 4th, 2008.
Just go to the website to download a registration form:
www.manhattantap.org.


Some News: About my latest premiere of “Finding
Synaesthesia”, a collaboration with Andy Milne & Bandwidth
(Rufus Cappadocia, cello and Malika Zarra, jazz and persian
vocals), the London publication,
The Stage, said,

"Most dancers and choreographers find inspiration in music,
but not many commune with it as intensely as Canadian
tapper Heather Cornell. Cornell..... is totally at home in
this London Jazz Festival collaboration with jazz composer
Andy Milne, which sets her up as a percussionist, adding
subtle syncopations to his score. This is very much a
meeting of musical equals."

I'm developing another show with original music written for
tap with Sabine
Hasicka (tap) and Sasha Lackner (bass) from Vienna. We'll
premiere "Short
Stories" in May in Germany. Yes, the musical juices are
flowing!

Let's get together this summer and get working.
Don’t wait too long to register......
See you in New York in June!

Heather

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Please join Kaitlyn Way for the first Poughkeepsie Tap Jam
in upstate NY.

Place: Muddy Cup Coffee House - 305 Main St, Poughkeepsie

Date: 2/16

Time: 7:00 PM

Suggested Donation 5 dollars. Money raised will be used to
purchase a portable tap floor for future tap events in the
area.

Bring your own music if you like and be prepared to JAM!!!

Come early and learn the Shim Sham!!

For more information email Kaitlyn at way107@aol.com.
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A Message from Brian “Footwork” Green:

PARTY PEOPLE,

HOUSE DANCE CHRISTIANS ( a.k.a. COnference), BRIAN GREEN
here just give people CHRIST who has changed my life, and
brought my faith of my years before back to new heights
(who says,' I AM THE WAY, THE TRUTH, and THE LIGHT!!
Whoever believeth in me shall not perish, but have eternal
life!!).

MUCH RESPECT TO FRANKIE! WINNER OF THE HDC BBOY CONTEST FOR
2008!!

MESSAGE: LOVE ALL OF YOU and stay truly loving, tolerant of
others that are still sinning against others while you are
trying not to, and have realize the errors of your ways.
Because when you were in sin against others, there were
people who were tolerant of you. If you have to take a
person 1 on 1, tell them their errors of their ways, but,
listen to them as well. Have forgiveness, and try not to
repeat what you hear. Passing what you hear, only passes
sin to another's ear, and then makes a person assume about
another person. Which, then, does not give the person
talked about any time to grow and change in the mind of the
person that listened to the rumor said. Watch more of a
person's walk, not their talk!! HAVE PATIENCE!! Let's start
to change.

EVENT: HOUSE DANCE CHRISTIANS ( a.k.a. CONFERENCE)
DATE: FEBURARY 7, 2008! PRE-VALENTINE's DAY PARTY
PLACE: CLUB REMIX
ADDRESS: 27 Park Place between Broadway and Church
DJS: Qu and P-Funk ( HOUSE and HOUSE CLASSICS)

DOC ( Hip-hop, Breaks, Funk, and Classics).
THEME: DANCE ALL NIGHT!!!!!
TIME: 10pm-4am
PRICE: $10 with flyer/$12 without flyer/$5 each for married
couples

MARCH IS MY BIRTHDAY ( even though I won't be here!
PRESENTS AT THE FRONT DOOR PLEASE!! LOL!!). FREE MOTION
choreographed by Booyah will be performing!!

GET READY FOR APRIL!! HOUSE DANCE CONTEST!! THIS WILL BE
SOME SERIOUSLY REAL EDUTAINING EVENT!! BE READY and SAVE
MONEY! THERE WILL BE MANY THINGS ON SALE!!

www.myspace.com/housedanceconference (popular event for all
dance styles) www.housedanceconference (home website of
the event for basic info!! Site changing soon!)
www.23prime.com/worldsoul for bookings
www.eliteforcecrew.com. for bookings
www.kr3ts.com. for booking
www.23prime.com. ( CPD PLUS) for bookings
www.style2ouf.com ( french dance website for the world of
urban dance) www.justedebout.com ( french dance website
for the world of urban dance) www.mrwiggleshiphop.net (
U.S. website for history of Funk,Hip-hop, and urban related
dance styles)
www.housedancer.com (U.S. website focusing on House
culture) www.freetylesession.com (U.S. website/event
focusing on Hip-hop and Funk styles culture)
www.bboysummit ( U.S. website/event focusing on Hip-hop and
Funk styles culture) www.KR3ts (U.S.
website/event/children foundation for kids in the Barrio!!)

www.dance-unity.com ( Funkstyles in Germany website).
www.breaklife.com (bboy website of Ken swift and 7 gems,
and more.). www.cypherstyles.com
www.themovementfoundation.com ( House/Hip-hop dance and
information website!!)

MONEY FOR THE THEATRE SHOW IN JULY WAS DONATED TO KR3ts (
KR3ts.com), and MUMATCHI; which is a new child foundation
being created by a dancer named Natalie from France that
lives here. This is to help teach kids in Nigeria, Africa
about dance, education, and give them inspiration. She will
be selling her T-SHIRTS at the coat check of the next House
Dance Conferences.

ALL SUPPORT!! BECAUSE THE MONEY GOES TO A GREAT CAUSE!!
THANKS FOR ALL THAT SUPPORT; MENTALLY, PHYSICALLY, and
SPIRITUALLY!!


GOD BLESS ALL, SUPPORT EACH OTHER NO MATTER WHAT YOUR
BELIEFS AS LONG AS ITS POSITIVE AND UPLIFTS PEOPLE, and
KEEP DANCING,


Brian "Footwork" Green
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Healing the Dancer Support Group

Dear Friends,

My name is Alice Vienneau. I am the designated social
worker heading up the new Dancers' Resource program here at
The Actors Fund. The new program is specifically geared
toward the dance community and will address the unique
situations dancers face because of the physically demanding
nature of their work coupled with the significant financial
challenges of earning a living in dance.

Attached please find a flyer with information on a support
group for injured dancers, which begins February 12th.
Below is a short description of our program. Please
contact me by email or at the number below if you are
interested in participating in this eight week group, or
want to learn more about this exciting new program.


ACTORS FUND LAUNCHES DANCERS' RESOURCE PROGRAM

The Dancers' Resource will offer seminars specifically
designed for dancers, serve as a "support system" and will
offer groups for dancers dealing with injuries or other
health concerns. The Dancers' Resource will have an online
component to link dancers' to additional resources and to
create an online community for dancers. The program will
also address mental health issues including eating
disorders, substance abuse, depression and other clinical
areas.

The Dancers' Resource program was founded by Actors Fund
Trustee Bebe Neuwirth. "Now there is somewhere dancers can
go to safely and confidentially address their unique and
complicated challenges," said Neuwirth.

The initiative grew out of Neuwirth's personal experience
as a dancer. "Last year I had hip replacement surgery,"
said Neuwirth. "It came after several years of physical
therapy, arthroscopic surgery, and excruciating pain. Add
to that the emotional stress of not being able to dance and
not wanting people to know about my condition - and I think
you understand what that prison is like. After the
replacement I recognized how extremely lucky I was to have
a great doctor and great support from the few people with
whom I shared my secret. And so I'd like to create a
support system for other dancers."

Dancers' Resource social worker Alice Vienneau, who spent
25 years on stage as a musical theatre performer before
getting her social work degree, understands the unique
challenges faced by performers. "My job is to pay attention
to the specific needs of dancers," she said. "The Dancers'
Resource will focus specifically on the needs of dancers
and offer a gateway into The Fund."

The Dancers' Resource is just one of dozens of lifesaving
programs provided by The Actors Fund. From the Al
Hirschfeld Free Health Clinic, AIDS services and the Health
Insurance Resource Center to employment training,
healthcare and housing, The Actors Fund is meeting the very
real needs of the performing arts and entertainment
community.

For more information about The Dancers' Resource and other
programs offered by The Fund, call 212.221.7300 or visit
www.actorsfund.org.


Regards,

Alice Vienneau, MSW
The Dancers' Resource
Tel: 212.221.7300 ext.177
Fax: 212.764.6404

The Actors Fund,
for everyone in entertainment
Celebrating 125 years.

729 7th Avenue, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10019
www.actorsfund.org

The Actors' Fund is a national human services
organization that helps professionals in performing
arts and entertainment in times of need,
crisis, or transition.
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*MID-WEST*
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Congratulations to M.A.D.D. Rhythms for winning the "Most
Outstanding Dance Group"at the 27th Annual Chicago Music
Awards!

Visit: CHICAGOMUSICAWARDS.NET
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GCYC’s

Black Youthstory

Friday Feb, 22, 6-8:30 p.m.

featuring

M.A.D.D. Rhythms

for more information

contact

Senyah Haynes

Performance/Events Coordinator

Gary Comer Youth Center

7200 S. Ingleside Ave.

Chicago, IL 60619
(773) 358-4091
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OPPORTUNITY:

Hello.

My name is Trish Rowley and I am the Artistic Director of
the Illinois Dance Academy (IDA) located in
Plainfield, Illinois. We are a competitive, professional
dance academy located one hour outside of
Chicago. IDA is expanding in January 2008, and I am
accepting resumes for review at this time. Please pass this
information onto any colleagues who you think may be
interested.
Currently, I am researching candidate bios for the
following positions: Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz,
Lyrical, Hip Hop, Pilates, Lyrical, Yoga, Musical
Theatre, and Belly Dancing. I am looking for
qualified dance educators for all skill levels
ranging
from early childhood beginner through
pre-professional. Salary is negotiated and based upon
experience.
Other benefits that IDA offers to their instructors are
insurance benefits, flexible schedules, and paid vacation
days. If you are interested in the position or know someone
who would be, please contact me. Please include five
references with your correspondence. Please don't hesitate
to contact me with any questions. I look forward to hearing
from you. I appreciate your help.

Sincerely,

Trish Rowley

Trish Rowley, Artistic Director
Illinois Dance Academy
815/436-3819
www.IllinoisDanceAcademy.com
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Tap Dance Workshops

with

Ted Louis Levy

Sunday, March 2

Maui Arts & Cultural Center
Omori Studio A

Ted Levy studied extensively with Chicago’s tap masters
and made his Broadway debut in the smash hit Black & Blue.
He collaborated with George C. Wolfe and Gregory Hines on
the choreography of Jelly's Last Jam, receiving numerous
awards. For his television debut as host of the PBS Special
Precious Memories, Ted received an Emmy. He was honored as
one of America's premier Tap Dance Artists in Ted Levy and
Friends, directed by Gregory Hines, with Savion Glover and
Jimmy Slyde. Ted appeared in Spike Lee's movie Malcolm X
and in Bojangles with Gregory Hines. He directed Savion
Glover's Dancing Under The Stars at the New York
Shakespeare Festival and assisted in the choreography of
the Tony Award-winning hit Bring In 'Da Noise! Bring In 'Da
Funk! Ted returned later to Broadway in Susan Stroman &
Harry Conick Jr's Thou Shalt Not and Ford Theater’s
acclaimed The Hot Mikado. Most recently he was featured in
One Cool Cat, a documentary focusing on the career of Sammy
Davis Jr. Ted has taught and mentored many of today’s young
stars, including Jason Samuels Smith and Chloe Arnold. One
More Rhythm is the nucleus of five shows Ted Levy and
Marshall Davis Jr. are currently developing, including a
new musical based on the life of the legendary Cholly
Atkins.


10:00 BEG/INT ~ 11:15 INT ~ 12:30 INT/ADV

1 CLASS $20 2 CLASSES $35 3 CLASSES $50

(All Classes 70 minutes)

Youth Class at MAPA Saturday March 1
2:30-3:30 $15

To Register, Send Class Choices & Payment to:

MTE
P.O. Box 271
Kula, HI 96790

Additional Information or to set up a Private Lesson with
Ted:

E-mail amicotravel@yahoo.com
or
808 359-9102

After the Maui Workshops:
Party with Ted & Friends
2:30 - 4:00 PM

Flatbread Company
89 Hana Hwy
Paia, Maui

Please reserve in advance:
E-mail
or
359-9102

OAHU
INT Level Class

Tuesday, March 4


4:30 - 5:25 PM

UH Manoa - Lunalillo Fwy Building 4

$15
(pay at the door)


Park in the Lower Campus Parking Structure - $3

Information:
Peggy 808 956-3264

Oahu Workshop Sponsored by the
University of Hawaii at Manoa Department of Theatre & Dance
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DON’T MISS: Deal Breakers at the NoHo Actors’ Studio!

Deal Breakers is a comedic and honest depiction of life,
love, and relationships from the male perspective. This
stage play tells the story of how deals get made and why
they get broken. If you want to be entertained and have
your thoughts provoked, come see DEAL BREAKERS at the NoHo
Actors' Studio, 5215 Lankershim Blvd. in North Hollywood,
CA.

Show dates: February 15 at 8 PM (UPDATED TIME!)
February 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 2008 at 7 PM.

Purchase tickets at www.TheaterMania.com.

For more information: www.myspace.com/dealbreakersplay
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Sensational -- Tap Dance Show in Melbourne!

Tap virtuoso and musician Hai D. Nguyen proundly
presents a sensational, instrumental, heart-pounding,
breath-taking tap dance show that draws the history of
American tap art form from jazz to percussive funk,
tippy toe to heel drum, and from happy feet to "Words
of Feet". Unique in his musicality, incredible
footwork with influence from Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire,
Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson, Gregory Hines, Savion
Glover.., Nguyen will perform Bojangles' famous stair
dance, take the floor with his feet, thoughts and bare
sounds to entertain the audience. Nguyen is also
joined by Robert Stephan on piano, Debbie Fish on
percussion and tap dancers Melody Ho and Erin Cogan.
These shows are not to be missed!

Friday February 15th and Saturday February 16th @ 7pm

Guild Theatre
1st floor, Union House, Melbourne University
Tram: Melbourne Uni Stop, via Tin Alley, Gate 1
Melway Ref: 75A

Tickets: Booking @ go4tap@yahoo.com or @ the door on
the night. (Limited seating available!)
Full: $18/Student: $15/Kids: $12/Group of 5: $80

Website www.haiduynguyen.com


Guide Theatre
1st floor. Union House, Melbourne University
Melway Ref: 75A
Tram: Melbourne Uni Stop via Tin Alley - Gate 1

February 15 and 16th at 7 PM

Tickets: Book at go4tap@yahoo.com or at the door on the
night (limited seating available!)
Full: $18/Student: $15/Kids: $12/Group of 5:$80
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