Tapping the Source, featuring the budding tap artists of NYTAP2, will be held February 3 at 8pm at Westminster Arts Center, campus of Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, New Jersey.
The new production, created by the New Jersey Tap (NJTAP) Dance Ensemble, features young artists ages 12 to 17 performing works by emerging choreographers and NJTAP artists Karen Callaway Williams, Maurice Chestnut, Jeffry Foote, Hillary Marie Michael, and Kyle Wilder.
“A new generation is discovering the life, joy, and passion in the beloved American art form of tap dancing,” said Deborah Mitchell, NJTAP artistic director.
Bloomfield College’s Westminster Arts Center is a disabled-access facility, located on the campus of Bloomfield College on Fremont Street between Austin and Franklin streets. Tickets are $35 general admission or $15 for seniors and children 12 and under, and will be available the evening of the show (cash and checks only). The box office opens at 6pm, with the house opening at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Deborah@njtap.org or 973.743.0600.
New Jersey Tap Dance Ensemble (NJTAP) is a not-for-profit professional touring dance company with a mission to preserve and celebrate the American art form of rhythm tap dancing through public performances, artist development, new works, special programs, and arts education. For more information, visit www.njtap.org.