chicago dance history project

FREE Dance: Chicago History Dance Project – April 27

The Chicago Dance History Project takes a look at Chicago’s place in the history of tap dancing as the Chicago Dance History Project presents “Conversations on Chicago Dance: Tap Over Time”.   Renowned tap dance artists Reggio “The Hoofer” McLaughlin, Mark Yonally, and Starinah “Star” Dixon will engage in dialogue with Chicago Dance History Project Director Jenai Cutcher West about Chicago’s distinct histories, personalities, and styles of tap dance.     This event is FREE and open to the public, “Conversations on Chicago Dance: Tap Over Time” will be the first in a series of multi-generational conversations about specific dance disciplines programmed by the Chicago Dance History Project. “Conversations on Chicago Dance: Tap Over Time” will take place at Old Town School of Folk Music at 7pm on Monday, April 27, and is part of Chicago Dance Month, a comprehensive calendar of dance-related events happening throughout April, spearheaded by Audience Architects in support of International Dance Day on April 29.

chicago dance history project

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