Elka Samuels Smith has been very successful in establishing and running Divine Rhythm Productions, an artist management company representing many artists in various fields of dance. Read how her life experiences combined to make her the perfect leader of this venture serving dance artists.
December 2009 - Dancer Magazine
Ernest "Brownie" Brown died in August 2009 at age 93, having outlived most of his fellow vaudevillians. Melba outlines his legacy, for which he will be remembered and missed by many generations of the tap world who loved him.
November 2009 - Dancer Magazine
What is bebop? How can you answer that question in an advanced tap class? Ardie Bryant's discussion of bebop during classes in New York for Tradition in Tap provided food for thought.
October 2009 - Dancer Magazine
Unbeknownst to most, Michael Jackson wanted to learn to tap dance. About 10 years ago he asked Debbie Allen to help him find a great tap teacher. Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, who worked with him on this, shares her observations.
September 2009 - Dancer Magazine
Tradition in Tap honored Skip Cunningham in New York City for his great contributions to the world of tap dancing and his multi-faceted entertainment career.
August 2009 - Dancer Magazine
Andrew Nemr's story begins in another country, with no family background in tap. But with the help of supportive parents, he mastered the uniquely American art of tap.
July 2009 - Dancer Magazine
For 20 years, New York's Tap Extravaganza has honored tap dance legends, showcased the tap artists of earlier years, and produced new artists by preserving and building on the history of the American art form: tap dancing. The 2009 honorees were Dr. Prince Spencer and Mercedes Ellington.
June 2009 - Dancer Magazine
Seven of the excellent faculty members at the November 2008 Tradition In Tap workshop in New York share their insights.
April/May 2009 - Dancer Magazine
In November 2008, New York's Tradition in Tap festival honored Ardie Bryant, a tap legend who is still performing in his 80s.
March 2009 - Dancer Magazine
Dormeshia's exposure to the tap legends, mixed with training in all the different art forms, plus encouragement from family, teachers and many others, helped her become the world class dancer she is today. Most of all, she will never forget Arlene and Paul Kennedy for their gifts to her and the world ot tap.
January 2009 - Dancer Magazine
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