The Tap Legacy Foundation, Inc., along with the Quarterly Arts Soiree @ WEBSTER HALL and Dancetime Publications, is proud to host the release of Tap Dance History: from Vaudeville to Film.
ABOUT THE DVD
Tap Dance History: from Vaudeville to Film is a series of rare historically relevant film clips that showcase a wide variety of tap dance stars from the 1930s and 1940s. In addition to the film clips the DVD includes narration – written by researchers at the Tap Legacy Foundation and performed by Andrew J. Nemr – and rare pictures from many sources including the Tap Legacy Digital Archives.
THE RELEASE PARTY
Join us Monday, January 24th, at 8pm for some live tap dancing, a discussion with Tap Legacy co-founder Andrew J. Nemr, refreshments, and a premiere Tap Legacy Exhibit. Copies of Tap Dance History: From Vaudeville to Film will be available for purchase at the release party. All at the newly opened ART BAR at Webster Hall.
WHEN: Monday, January 24th, 8pm
WHERE: Webster Hall, 125 East 11th Street (between 3rd and 4th Avenues), New York City