Tap Talks/Tap Films

The ATDF presents monthly Tap Talks/Tap Films presentations, panel discussions and special events to the tap community. Tap dancers, historians, teachers, writers and choreographers:

Examine the birth of the form and its practice in films, television, on the  Broadway and concert stages throughout the world.

View archival footage or introduce new film projects or documentaries.

Present their work, decribe their choreographic process or lead open discussions regarding current issues within the art form
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All events are hosted by ATDF Artistic Director Tony Waag.
$5 in advance by calling (646) 230-9564 or at the door (Members get in FREE)

 

How to become a MEMBER of the American Tap Dance Foundation?

It's very simple, and costs only $10/year.

 

A membership with the ATDF includes:

1. 10% off ALL merchandise, excluding Tap Mats

2. $13/hour Studio Rental

3. FREE Admission to the ATDF's Tap Talk Series

 

*membership expires one year from purchase date. If you are interested, or need to renew a prior membership, inquire at the ATDF Front Desk, or call directly at 646.230.9564.

 

Friday, January 26, 2018 (7:30-9:00pm)

Round One

American Tap Dance Orchestra (ATDO) alumni gather to reflect, recall & re-examine 15 years of choreography by Brenda Bufalino, local productions, education programs and touring internationally. Numerous performances will be screened.

 

All events are hosted by ATDF Artistic Director Tony Waag.

 

 

 

$5 in advance by calling (646) 230-9564 or at the door (Members get in FREE)

Friday, March 30, 2018 (7:30-9:00pm)

Round Two

American Tap Dance Orchestra (ATDO) alumni gather to reflect, recall & re-examine 15 years of choreography by Brenda Bufalino, local productions, education programs and touring internationally. Numerous performances will be screened.

 

All events are hosted by ATDF Artistic Director Tony Waag.

 

 

 

$5 in advance by calling (646) 230-9564 or at the door (Members get in FREE)


Tap Talks/Tap Films
NEW WORK/NEW YORK

Friday, April 20, 2018 (7:30-9pm)

This evening is devoted to observing and then discussing "works in progress" created by current ATDF Artists in Residence at the American Tap Dance Center.These works will be presented in Rhythm in Motion during Tap City.

 

All events are hosted by ATDF Artistic Director Tony Waag.

 

 

 

$5 in advance by calling (646) 230-9564 or at the door (Members get in FREE)