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Author:  LMCtech [ Wed Jun 21, 2006 1:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Am.TapDanceFdn. in free events

For Immediate Release
Contact: Audrey Ross
212/586-3500

TONY WAAG'S AMERICAN TAP DANCE FOUNDATION IN A SERIES OF FREE EVENTS FROM FOLEY SQUARE TO HARLEM

'FOUR SHOWS AT FIVE POINTS'
Foley Square (Worth Street between Lafayette & Centre Streets)
Thursday June 29th (rain date is July 6th)
Performances at 12:30, 1:30, 4:30 & 6:30
An all-star cast in four performances throughout the day, including
Tony Waag (performer & emcee) joined by
dancers: Omar Edwards, Nate Cooper, Karen Callaway Williams, Guillem Alonso, Margaret Morrison, Tap City Youth Ensemble, Max Pollak's Rumba Tap (Chicako Iwahori, DeWitt Fleming, Lynn Schwab, Jenai Cutcher, Alby Roblejo)
musicians: Bernice Brooks, drums; Theo Hill, piano; Joe Fonda, bass
(directions: N or R trains to City Hall, #6 train to Brooklyn Bridge station) If more details are needed, call Audrey at 212/586-3500)

AND IN JULY
Wednesday July 5, 7 to 8 PM
Come and see Tap City participants talk, dance and answer questions at Barnes & Noble, Broadway & 66th Street

'TAP CITY - OPENING WEEKEND TAP JAM'
Sunday July 9, 8 to 11 PM
Pier 63 Maritime, West 23rd Street at the Hudson River (take the westbound 23rd Street crosstown bus to the end of the line)
The opening social event for Tap City 2006 - a fun and friendly gathering, free admission and entertainment - cash bar and food, held on Pier 63 Maritime, a former barge-turned-cafe. Performers, faculty and staff will be on hand for a high-spirited event to kick off Tap City 2006 (July 8-22, classes & workshops; July 11-22, performances at The Duke on 42nd Street).

"SAND DANCE AT SUNSET'
Monday July 10, 7 to 9 PM
Marcus Garvey Amphitheater in Harlem, 122nd St & Mt. Morris Park West (#2 or #3 train to 125th Street station)
Dancer Guillen Alonso of Barcelona will teach the basics of the traditional sand dance from the Golden Age of American Vaudeville. Bring your leather soled shoes.


"Five Points to Harlem" has been made possible, in part, by the LMCC with the generous support of The September 11th Fund.

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