Savion Glover: Tap Legend in Bare Soundz
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The last date listed for Savion Glover: Bare Soundz was Thursday October 16, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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The Washington Ballet's ingenious take on this holiday favorite is set in the wintry, historic D.C. of old. In Septime Webre's version of the timeless ballet, George Washington becomes the heroic nutcracker -- which makes perfect sense considering his legendary set of wooden choppers. Set to Tchaikovsky's beautiful score and staged with magnificent sets and costumes, there are waltzing cherry blossoms, dancing sugar plums and other clever adaptations to enchant young and old, making this particular The Nutcracker a beloved family tradition. Learn More
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Savion Glover was FABULOUS !!! He and his two fllow tappers danced their hearts out - sweat was pouring off them and the crowd was crazy with applause and appreciation.
Don't miss this opportunity.
We had half priced, front row seats!!!!
Best known as creator and star of the Broadway smash Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk, tap dance king Savion Glover merges acoustic syncopations with jazz music in his latest venture, Bare Soundz. Joined on stage by tap masters Marshall Davis, Jr. and Maurice Chestnut, as well as live jazz musicians, Glover uses explosive body language and captivating stage presence to take tap to new dimensions.
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