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4 Star Starred
ART Station
between 2nd and 3rd St 5384 Manor Dr. Stone Mountain, GA 30083
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14 ratings
4.3 average rating
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4 events
3 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 22 2013

I enjoyed this event. You get a retrospective on the history and evolution of tap dance in America. The performers were likeable and engaging.

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9 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 13 2012

I love to watch tap dancers perform! I haven't been to a tap dance show since Savion Glover’s Bring in the Noise Bring in the Funk. Tip and Tap gave an electrifying performance. They not only had awesome tap skills, but they incorporated...continued

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8 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 11 2012

When I first saw the show listed, I KNEW it would be enjoyable... and it was! Two gifted fellows, personable, well-spoken, accomplished hoofers, make the time go by, and their talent is admirable. With background on the history of tap, and the...continued

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Tip Tap Two consists of two members who have bonded through a shared love of tap dancing. Terrence “Taps” began teaching at the McClendon School of Dance in 2000 when he had only been tap dancing for three years. There he met Tre McClendon who was already displaying a love and appreciation for tap dancing!  For years these two dancers would devote extra time after class to developing their improvisational skills and perfecting tap technique. Both have studied with some of the greatest tap dancers around, including the legendary Savion Glover.  In every case, audiences have been thrilled by some of the most phenomenal tap dancing seen in Atlanta in years!