Thursday, July 25, 2019 8 p.m.

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Pushing the art form of tap dance through technical innovation and incorporating elements of other dance styles, Michelle Dorrance has taken New York stages by storm. With her company, founded in 2011, she brings her passionate commitment through expending the audience for tap dance, America’s original art form made popular by artists from Fred Astaire to Gregory Hines. On our program: SOUNDspace, an adapted work for eight dancers that was initially created to explore the unique acoustics of New York City’s St. Mark’s Church through the myriad sounds and textures of the feet; and All Good Things Come to an End, in which a quartet of dancers executes a series of ironic tableaux to the exuberant music of Fats Waller. Movement becomes music. Absolutely electrifying!


“One of the most influential people in dance today.”

- Dance Magazine, New York