Well, I thought I'd be posting brilliant things on a regular basis, but life does get in the way and I haven't been able to write as often as I'd like.
A bunch of tap things have happened in the past few weeks. Jane Goldberg had a book signing and performance evening at Revolution Books in Manhattan. Michela Marino-Lerman presented her tap piece, "Tapsloitation" in upper Manhattan. The second annual DC Tap Festival was held weekend before last and apparently was quite successful. Joseph Webb's group performed in lower Manhattan and got a great NY Times review.
This month of April will have Roxanne Butterfly performing a piece at Symphony Space that is dedicated to the late Jimmy Slyde. Tony Waag's ATDF will present "Sound Check" at Dance Theater Workshop. And there is probably more stuff that I can't even remember right now. Of course, when May gets here it all gets going like gang busters to kick us off into summer.
When I get a breather, more will pop on this blog. Now I'm going to have some dessert, review some student work (got to ready to teach tomorrow!) and then go to bed.