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Title Tap New York [videorecording] / Tony Waag presents Tap City, the New York City Tap Festival, a project of the American Tap Dance Foundation.
Imprint c2004.
Edition U.S.
Location Call No. Status OPAC Message
 Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance  *MGZIDVD 5-135    AVAILABLE  USE IN LIBRARY


Edition U.S.
Description 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Gregory Hines Collection of American tap dance
System Details DVD.
Credits Lighting, Jim Oakley.
Performer Master of ceremonies: Tony Waag.
Music played by Larry Ham (musical director/piano), Joe Fonda (bass), Bernice Brooks (drums).
Event Videotaped in performance at The Duke on 42nd Street, New York, N.Y., on July 8, 2004; video documentation, Charlie Steiner of Vagabond Video.
Summary Performance of tap dancing, presented as part of a weeklong festival of tap dance classes and performances. The program ends with a Shim sham shimmy danced by all the performers.
Contents Barbara's tap story/Leon Collins routines 1 and 2 / choreography, Leon Collins, arranged by Barbara Duffy; music, Ellington (Tap dancer's blues); danced by Barbara Duffy & Company: Cintia Chamecki, Jenai Cutcher, Michelle Dorrance, Barbara Duffy, Lynn Schwab.
Sweet and lovely / choreography, Michele Ribble; music, Arnheim, Daniels, and Tobias; danced by Michele Ribble and Charles Goddertz.
His eye is on the sparrow / choreography and performance, Baakari Wilder; music, Kaiser.
[Welcome] / by Tony Waag.
Miles to go / choreography and performance, Germaine Salsberg; music, Miles Davis.
Annual Tap Preservation Award / presented to Jane Goldberg.
Bye, bye, blues / choregraphy and vocals, Tony Waag; music, Hamm, Bennett, Lown, and Gray; danced by Tony Waag and students from his residency.
Strike up my feet / choreography and performance, Reggio McLaughlin.
5's and 6's [and] Saturday night in the cosmos / choreography and performance, Margaret Morrison; music, Burdulis (5's and 6's), Pullen (Saturday night in the cosmos); musicians, Robin Burdulis and Lisa Parrott.
But not for me / choreography and performance, Mable Lee; music, Gershwin.
Love for sale / choreography and performance, Dormeshia Sumbry Edwards; music, Porter.
This is the beginning / choreography and performance, Brenda Bufalino.
[Dance solo] / choreography and performance, Savion Glover [not listed on opening credits]; a cappella.
Swing it / choreography, Karen Callaway Edwards; music, Ellington and Mills (It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that swing), Basie (Jumpin' at the Woodside), Doaues, Doe, Hoite, Prince, Raye and Sheely (Beat me, daddy, eight to the bar); danced by Karen Callaway Edwards and students from her residency.
Subject Tap dancing.
Genre/Form Dance.
Added Author Waag, Tony. Producer. Host. Performer.
Ham, Larry. Conductor. Instrumentalist.
Fonda, Joe. Instrumentalist.
Brooks, Bernice. Instrumentalist.
Duffy, Barbara, choreographer Performer.
Chamecki, Cintia, dancer
Cutcher, Jenai, dancer
Dorrance, Michelle, dancer
Schwab, Lynn, dancer
Ribble, Michele, choreographer, dancer
Goddertz, Charles, dancer
Wilder, Baakari, choreographer, dancer
Salsberg, Germaine, choreographer, dancer
Goldberg, Jane, 1948- Addressee.
McLaughlin, Reggio, choreographer Composer. Performer.
Morrison, Margaret, choreographer, dancer
Burdulis, Robin. Composer. Instrumentalist.
Parrott, Lisa. Instrumentalist.
Lee, Mable, choreographer Performer.
Sumbry-Edwards, Dormeshia, choreographer
Sumbry-Edwards, Dormeshia, dancer
Bufalino, Brenda, choreographer
Bufalino, Brenda. Composer.
Bufalino, Brenda, dancer
Glover, Savion, choreographer
Glover, Savion, dancer
Callaway, Karen, choreographer, dancer
Oakley, Jim. Lighting designer.
Steiner, Charles. Videographer.
American Tap Dance Foundation.
Vagabond Video.
New York City Tap Festival.
Donor/Sponsor Gift of Tony Waag.
Research Call Number *MGZIDVD 5-135