Savion Glover, Sadler's Wells, Londonmore...
by ZOE ANDERSON for the Independent
published: June 19, 2007
"He is amazing, though," a woman said in the interval, in unconvinced tones. I think I know how she felt. Savion Glover is the most celebrated tap dancer of his generation, a performer of great strength and stamina. Live for London, his British debut, ended with a standing ovation. Yet Glover keeps sacrificing style to speed and sheer volume. He may not be likeable, but he's certainly loud.
by DEBORAH JOWITT for the Village Voice
published: June 27, 2007
In the opening number, he holds down the central one, flanked by Marshall L. Davis Jr. and Maurice Chestnut. As his green-shod feet stitch increasingly complex patterns onto the resonant floor, Davis and Chestnut tap a repeating bass line. When the three men suddenly drop into perfect unison, it takes your breath away.