THE TIMES TAP

THE TAP TIMES
SUMMER 2006
The official newsletter of the American Tap Dance Foundation
News from ATDF’s Artistic/Executive Director
next generation of tap dancers in NYC
who will go on to become our next wave
of tap professionals, dedicated amateurs,
and enthusiastic audiences.
The ATDF has made enormous progress in just one short year. I am very happy
to welcome three new board members this
year! Debra Beard, Mercedes Ellington
and Cynthia Roush have all become part
of our team, and I want to personally
thank them for jumping in and rolling up
their sleeves.
On May 23rd, we presented ATDF’s
First Annual Spring Gala at a local
club called Cielo, where we celebrated
the inauguration of the Gregory Hines
Youth Scholarship Fund which goes
directly towards training scholarships
to low-income and at-risk youth, and
aspiring young professionals. With an
amazing commitment from an outstanding fundraising committee which was
spearheaded by board members Debra
Beard, Hoagy B. Carmichael and Pam
Koslow Hines, we managed to raise more
funds than any past event ever in the
history of the organization! As a result,
our youth programs will guarantee that
our youth will not only develop important
skills and an in-depth knowledge of tap
dance technique and history, but they will
experience the sheer joy of rhythm! In
addition, their tap classes and education
will provide them with training that in
many cases leads to professional dance
and dance administration careers. Many
thanks to the numerous loyal supporters
and the amazing collection of new friends
that made this event such a remarkable
success! Your support helps ensure that
Tap Dance continues to influence, inform
and entertain new generations in our ever
evolving culture.
This summer, we celebrate our 20th
Anniversary as a non-profit organization by
presenting “From Five Points to Harlem”,
which is as part of Tap City, the sixth
annual New York City Tap Festival. You
can catch us in action all day June 28th
where we will present four free outdoor
performances downtown at Foley Square,
a free sand dance lesson up in Harlem
on July 10th, 133 classes for kids, teens
and adults in Chelsea from July 8th - July
15th, and 22 premiere performances and
other related events at the Duke on 42nd
Street from July 11th - July 22nd.
Please join us as we once again gather
a vibrant and diverse global tap community and communicate across cultural and
national boundaries through this uniquely
American art form.
The American Tap Dance Foundation (ATDF)
is a non-profit organization committed to
establishing and legitimizing Tap Dance
as a vital component of American Dance
through creation, presentation, education
and preservation.
ATDF
MISSION
The American Tap
Dance Foundation
was born on the 4th
of July, in 1986 when
we presented our
ensemble in concert
at the Battery Park
Tony Waag
Salute to the Statue
ARTISTIC/EXECUTIVE
of Liberty! Known
DIRECTOR
back then as the American Tap Dance
Orchestra, we presented a series of performances that set the stage for twenty
years of activities dedicated to advancing
tap dance as an American art form, and
set a new standard of excellence in quality
programming.
Currently, the ATDF offers on-going
Tap Classes for Youth and Adults, the
newly formed Tap City Youth Ensemble,
an annual Winter Tap Intensive, Youth
Training Scholarships, the Gregory Hines
Collection of American Tap Dance
Archives, seasonal New Tap Choreography
Showcases, the International Tap Dance
Hall of Fame, numerous tap awards, tap
film presentations and tap jams throughout Manhattan, and Tap City, the annual
New York City Tap Festival.
In February of 2005, the ATDF hired
a Development Consultant and began
creating our first 5 Year Strategic Plan,
which was then adopted by the board
of directors in November of the same
year. The plan not only focuses on board
development, marketing strategies and
infrastructure, but it has guided us to the
present.
In September, the ATDF expanded to
year-round tap dance training for children
and teens by establishing and developing
our very first Youth Education Initiative.
The ATDF is well situated to train the
THETAP TIMES
SUMMER2006
YEAR-ROUND PROGRAM REPORT
TAP CITY YOUTH
ENSEMBLE AND
THE ATDF YOUTH
EDUCATION
INITIATIVE
2005 - 2006 has
been a whirl-wind
season. In August
Margaret
of 2005 I started
Morrison
work on the Youth
EDUCATION DIRECTOR
Education Initiative,
planning year-round tap training for kids
and teens. The keystone of the YEI in
the first year has been the Tap City Youth
Ensemble - our troupe of 36 advanced
young dancers, ages 9 - 19. Members of
the Ensemble come from four boroughs of
New York City, New Jersey, Connecticut,
Pennsylvania, and even two dancers who
commuted in from Michigan! What
a fabulous debut year! We brought in
choreographer Susan Hebach to direct
the Ensemble and the Junior Repertory
Ensemble. She worked weekly with the
groups and directed rehearsals of choreography by our amazing guest artists:
Brenda Bufalino, Ayodele Casel, Harold
Cromer, Michelle Dorrance, and Derick K.
Grant. The Ensemble learned ten works
ranging from classic to contemporary tap
repertory and performed throughout the
Spring. The Tap City Youth Ensemble
will perform every night at the Duke on
42nd Street Theater during the New York
City Tap Festival.
YEAR-ROUND TRAINING
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
2006 MEMBERS OF THE TAP CITY
YOUTH ENSEMBLE AND THE TAP CITY
JUNIOR REPERTORY ENSEMBLE:
Jillian Ackerman, Miranda Agostini,
Harry Anderson, Erica Bauerline, Shana
Beeble, Isaiah Brown, Alyssa Burton,
Crystal Burton, Dani Center, Warren
Craft, Tricia DeSario, Dolores Daza,
Jovana Di Prisco, Kaitlyn Frank, Charley
Gartman, Devon Gibbons, Verona
Gowrie, Ruby Hankey, Kira Hosbein, Lee
Howard, Miarden Jackson, John Johnson,
Tyra Jones, Samara Manger-Weill,
Michael Morabito, Michael Osseyran,
Iliana Paris, Kaili Porteous, Amanda
Rodriques, Elizabeth Rosa, Jesse Rubin,
Sarah Ruiz, Garensha Sanon-Washington,
Elija Sanon-Washington, Coulee Slatnick,
Ryann Taylor, Byron Tittle, Shamfa Tittle,
Arianna Vogel, Kaitlyn Way, Joseph
Wiggan, Josette Wiggan, and T.J. Yale
GREGORY HINES YOUTH
SCHOLARSHIP FUND
This year we gave out over $15,000 in
scholarships through our Gregory Hines
Youth Scholarship Fund. The ATDF
continues our commitment to provide
excellent tap training to all young dancers
regardless of their family’s ability to pay.
Full scholarships were awarded to young
dancers from East Harlem and other
underserved communities.
Justin Adams-Pallais, Justin Gabriel
Ballasy, Amanda Behr, Ashley Bland,
Shelley Chiang, Warren Craft, Sherrell
Dorsey, Hannah Leah Dunn, Jenine
Erdaide-Vargas, Charley Gartman, Asha
Griffith, Amanda Hameline, Ruby Hankey,
Antonio Hatcher, Traver Hecht-Felella,
Laura Hecht-Felella, Gabrielle Kotkov, Zoe
Kushlefsky, Carly Levin, Hannah Levine,
Maddison Levine, Jack McKeane, Daniel
Mitra, Paul Morton, Emily Newman,
Masato Ozawa, Gabriella Rodriguez,
Tamii Sakurai, Samantha Scipio, Kelsey
Sheppard, Coulee Slatnick, Daniel StarerStor, Adrianna Valentin, Kaitlyn Way,
Jillian Wojcik, and Sofia Zinger.
ARTS-IN-EDUCATION
The ATDF started several new programs in in public schools including a tap
program at the Churchill School, a NYC
charter school specializing in education
for learning disabled children and the
premier of the TCYE school show.
YEAR-ROUND YOUTH
TRAINING PROGRAM
The ATDF Youth Education Initiative
includes year-round tap classes on all
levels. Fall 2006 will bring expanded
programming with tap technique classes
for kids and teens, Creative Rhythms
Pre-Tap for 3 and 4 year olds, and Tap
Technique and Repertory for intermediate young dancers who aspire to join the
Youth Ensemble some day.
I hope you’ll check out all of our Youth
Programming on our web site at www.
atdf.org. It’s been an exciting season and
we’re looking forward to another great
year starting in Fall 2006.
MOLUTSI MOGAMI, WINTER TAP INTENSIVE 2006
(PHOTO BY: TOE KNEE)
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE AT: WWW.ATDF.ORG
THETAP TIMES
SUMMER2006
RECENT ACTIVITIES
JANUARY 15 - JUNE 25, 2006
Youth Classes
Tap Levels 1 - 4 with instructors David
Rider & Kirsten Burke Smith
Junior Repertory and Tap City Youth
Ensemble classes with Ensemble
Director Susan Hebach and guest
instructors Brenda Bufalino, Ayodele
Casel, Harold Cromer, Michelle
Dorrance, Derick K. Grant, Margaret
Morrison & Tony Waag
MARCH 1 - 29, 2006
MAY 10 - JUNE 7, 2006
5-Week Workshops
Intermediate/Advanced tap technique
and new repertory with Brenda Bufalino
Wednesdays (12-2pm)
OCTOBER 14 - JANUARY 20, 2006
FEBURARY 10 - JUNE 9, 2006
Churchill School
Weekly tap class taught by Mellisa
Frakman
JANUARY - MARCH, 2006
Tap City on Tour
Tap City presented the best of the
annual New York City Tap Festival, touring North America with an international
cast of legendary tap veterans, cuttingedge tap soloists, and up-and-coming
young talent. The cast of Tap City was
drawn from a list of performers who have
been featured in the New York City Tap
Festival since it’s inception in 2001.
Wed. Jan 18 & Thur. Jan 19, 2006
Harrisburg , Pennsylvania
Community Tap Jam & Performance
Rose Lehrman Arts Center
Harrisburg Area Community College
Saturday, January 21, 2006
Charleston , West Virginia
Performance
Charleston Municipal Auditorium
Sunday, March 5, 2006
Vineland , New Jersey
Performance
Cumberland County College
Guaracini Fine Arts Center
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Beaumont , TX
Performance
The Jefferson Theatre
Friday, March 10, 2006
Ardmore , Oklahoma
Performance & Master Class
Charles B. Goddard Center Theater
Saturday, March 11, 2006
Idabel , Oklahoma
Performance & Master Class
Idabel Regional Arts Council
W. Darrell Buzan Auditorium
FEBRUARY 18TH - 21ST, 2006
Annual ATDF Winter Tap Intensive
A weekend of 16 dynamic master classes
with Harold Cromer, Barbara Duffy,
Thelma Goldberg, Derick K. Grant,
Constance Valis Hill, Molutsi Mogami,
Margaret Morrison, Jimmy Tate,
Lynn Schwab, Tony Waag, and Karen
Callaway Williams as well as a new tap
choreography showcase, and an annual
field trip to the New York Public Library
for the Performing Arts to visit the
Gregory Hines Collection of American
Tap Dance Archives.
THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2006
(6:30 - 7:45 PM)
National Dance Week NYC at Madame
Tussaud’s, 234 West 42nd Street
The Tap City Youth Ensemble
performed in a great line up including: Dance Manhattan, Ailey School,
Joffrey Ballet School, Martha Graham
Ensemble, Dance Times Square,
American Bolero Dance Co., & Creative
Outlet.
THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2006
(10:00AM - 11:00AM)
Brookdale Elementary School,
Bloomfield, New Jersey
Tap City Youth Ensemble performed for
children grades K-6. Margaret Morrison
acted as Mistress of Ceremonies and
Kendrick Jones II was the guest artist.
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 2006
ATDF’s First Annual Spring Gala
Reception, Performance and Silent Auction
in support of the Gregory Hines Youth
Scholarship Fund. Performing artists
included Chole Arnold, Nate Cooper,
Warren Craft, Jenai Cutcher, DeWitt
Fleming, Amy Gordon, DJ Don Gramercy,
DJ Supreme, Luke Hawkins, Chikako
Iwahori, Kendrick Jones II, Mable Lee,
Michela Marino Lerman, Jason Samuels
Smith, Tap City Youth Ensemble, Max
Pollak’s Rumba Tap, Lynn Schwab, Tony
Waag and Joseph Wiggin. Guest speakers
included Andre DeShields, Zackary Hines
and Ben Vereen.
SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 2006
(5:00PM - 6:00PM)
Jam it up at Capezio Dance
Theatre Shop
1650 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Performance by the Tap City Youth
Ensemble with surprise appearances by
other local hoofers!
SUNDAY, MAY 21, 2006
(5:00PM - 6:00PM)
Jam it up at Capezio Dance
Theatre Shop
1650 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Performance by the Tap City Youth
Ensemble with surprise appearances by
other local hoofers!
SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 2006
(5:00PM - 6:00PM)
Jam it up at Capezio Capezio Dance
Theatre Shop
1650 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Performances by the Tap City Youth
Ensemble with surprise appearances by
other local hoofers!
SUNDAY, MAY 14, 2006
National Tap Plan Committee Meeting
Tony Waag met with Chloe Arnold,
Brill Barrett, Suzanne Callahan Lynn
Dally, Acia Gray, Marda Kirn, Sali Ann
Kriegsman (by Phone), Robert Reed,
and Jason Samuels Smith in Boulder,
Colorado to further the development of
a strategic plan for the tap dance field.
NATIONAL TAP PLAN COMMITTEE (PHOTO BY: TOE KNEE)
THETAP TIMES
SUMMER2006
UPCOMING EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
FIVE POINTS TO HARLEM
Thursday, June 29, 2006
(4) Performances: 12:30pm, 1:30pm,
4:30pm & 5:30pm
Rain Date: July 6, 2006
Four Shows at Five Points
Foley Square (Worth Street between
Lafayette & Centre Streets)
Four outdoor performances presented by
the American Tap Dance Foundation.
Performers include the Tap City Youth
Ensemble, Guillem Alonso, Nate
Cooper, Jenai Cutcher, Omar Edwards,
DeWitt Fleming, Chikako Iwahori,
Margaret Morrison, Max Pollak, Lynn
Schwab, Karen Callaway Williams, and
Tony Waag.
Monday, July 10, 2006
(7:00pm - 9:00pm)
Sand Dance at Sunset
Marcus Garvey Park
Amphitheater, Harlem
Please join dancer Guillem Alonso from
Barcelona who will teach the basics of
the traditional “Sand Dance” from the
golden age of American Vaudeville. Bring
your leather soled shoes.
Sunday, July 9, 2006
(8:00pm - 11:00pm)
Tap City 2006 - Opening Weekend
Tap Jam
Pier 63 Maritime
(West 23rd Street at the Hudson River)
Join us for the opening social event of
Tap City 2006. Meet fellow dancers, and
party with our incredible faculty, performers and staff. Bring your shoes and
Jam on the water while watching the sun
go down. Cash bar and food available at
the Tiki Hut Bar & Grill. Minors must
be accompanied by an adult.
Five Points to Harlem has been made
possible, in part, by the Lower Manhattan
Cultural Council with the generous support of The September 11th Fund.
(ages 5 through teens)
Creative Rhythms Pre-Tap for ages 3-4
Tap City Youth Ensemble
Junior Repertory Class
TAP CITY 2006
THE NEW YORK CITY TAP FESTIVAL
Classes: Friday, July 8 - Saturday, July 22
Chelsea Studios
151 West 26th Street (between 6th and
7th Avenues, 6th Floor)
Performances:
Tuesday, July 11 - Saturday, July 22, 2006
The Duke on 42nd Street Theater
229 West 42nd Street (between
Broadway & 8th Ave)
Wednesdays, September 27 November 15, 2006
Brenda Bufalino teaches
Tap Technique/Repertory
Time, fee and location in NYC TBA.
Advanced tap dancers will work under
Ms. Bufalino’s mentorship to explore
compositional ideas, create and perform
new solo and ensemble works of tap choreography. Live music will accompany
many of the classes.
FALL CLASSES
Saturday, September 16, 12:00 - 2:00pm
Sunday, September 17, 10:00am - 11:00am
Saturday, September 23, 12:00 - 2:00pm
ATDF Youth Program Open Houses:
Chelsea Studios 151 W. 26th Street,
5th Floor, NYC
Free and open to the public. Join us for
free sample tap classes for kids, presentations by our student performers, open
registration and early-bird prices for
year-round classes.
Sunday, September 17, 2006
12:00 - 4:00pm
Auditions for Tap City Youth Ensemble
For tap dancers ages 7 - 19 for Tap City
Youth Ensemble
The ATDF’s exciting new performing
ensemble brings young dancers together
with professional choreographers to learn
and perform classic and contemporary
tap repertory. For audition details and
tuition info visit www.atdf.org.
September 24, 2006 - June 2007
Classes for Kids and Adults
Year-Round Tap Training
TAP CITY YOUTH ENSEMBLE PERFORMS AT CAPEZIO (PHOTOS BY: DEBI FIELD)
Friday, February 17 Monday, February 19, 2007
The Annual ATDF
Winter Tap Intensive
Dynamic weekend of master classes,
choreography showcases and other
related events.
TAP CITY ON TOUR (in formation)
Sunday, March 11, 2007
Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Performance 8:00pm
State Theatre Center for the Arts
Thursday, March 22, 2007
Waverly, Iowa
Performance 7:30pm
Neumann Auditorium
Wartburg College
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Sumter, South Carolina
Performance 8:00pm
Patriot Hall
*For detailed information, locations,
future updates, additional programming
and general information on the ATDF,
please visit our website at: www.atdf.org or
call: 646-230-9564
THETAP TIMES
SUMMER2006
ATDF'S
FIRST ANNUAL
SPRING
GALA
PHOTOS BY: CAROLINA KROON
GALA COMMITTEE, TAP CITY YOUTH ENSEMBLE AND BEN VEREEN
GALA COCHAIRS DEBRA BEARD AND
HOAGY B. CARMICHAEL
SHIM SHAM AT THE 2006 GALA
JASON SAMUELS SMITH AND CHLOE ARNOLD AT THE 2006 GALA
2006 Sponsors
TONY WAAG, BEN VEREEN AND JILL ALCOTT
ANDRE DESHIELDS AND BRENDA BUFALINO
NATE COOPER AT THE 2006 GALA
THETAP TIMES
ATDF Board
Tony Waag
ATDF ARTISTIC/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Debbie Beard
PHILANTHROPIST
Brenda Bufalino
ATDF ARTISTIC MENTOR
Hoagy B. Carmichael
ATDF BOARD CHAIR
Mercedes Ellington
DIRECTOR/CHOREOGRAPHER
Constance Valis Hill Ph.D.
JAZZ TAP HISTORIAN
Pamela Koslow Hines
PRODUCER
Harvey & Donna Manger-Weil
ENTREPRENEURS
Cynthia J. Roush
V.P. SALES/REAL ESTATE
HONORARY
the late Charles “Honi” Coles
DANCER
the late Gregory Hines
DANCER/ACTOR
the late Bobby Short
ENTERTAINER
Sean Young
ACTRESS/DANCER
Staff
Tony Waag
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Hjördis Linn
FOUNDATION/FESTIVAL MANAGER
Margaret Morrison
DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION
Michele Ribble
SUMMER2006
Individual Donors
A very special thanks goes to the following
individuals for recent contributions:
Our Anonymous Angel
Angels: Anson and Debra Beard, Bevery and
Bruce Gordon, Cynthia and Bill Roush
Benefactors: David and Sandra Joys, Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Kneisel, Jack and Lynn McAtee,
Virginia Sloane, Roy J. Zuckerberg
Patrons: Anabel Adams and Scott Craft, Mark
& Susan Alcott, Stephanie Blackmon, Norma
J. Dinkelman, Mercedes Ellington/Kent Drake,
Alex Kirk, S. Parker Gilbert, Jerry P Goodwin,
Christie C. Salomon, Kathleen M. Sloane, James
W. Stevens, Donald and Barbara Tober, Stephanie
and John Whittier, Laurie & Laurence Wojcik,
Frankie Wolfson & Max Warr
Partners: James M. Beard, Veronica M. Beard
and Anson H. Beard, Judi and Sam Carroll,
Ivan and Jane Chermayeff, Jim and Chris
Cowperthwait, Norma Dana, Nancy Deering
and Garry Chinn, Tony and Judy Evnin, Virginia
C. Gibbs, Thelma and Steve Goldberg, Keith
and Lynne Haynes, Joan M. Kearney-Quigley,
Leslie and Jack Manes, Cobi Narita, Mr. and Mrs.
A. David Niles, Alexander and Louis Rose, Gail
Singer, Ted Snowdon, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Spear III, Randy Swartz, Emily Threlkeld & Tina
Langley, Norman Volk, Alexander and Helen
Waag, John and Sandra Wilson, Natasha M.
Wyss-Brahmst, Jaime E. Yordan
Friends: Eric Blomquist, Allan Brik, Margaret
Brown, Ann Ffolliott, John and JoAnne
Greenwood, Art and Ellen Jones, Pamela Koslow,
Kathryn S. Lalor, Valborg and Timothy Linn,
Helen Galland Loewus, Dr. Michael Murphy
and Rosa G Murphy, Madeleine Nichols, Andrea
Osnow and Family, Cici Ozawa, Sheilah Rae,
Gina M Ruggiero, Morton Swinsky, Penny
Thorson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard M Thune, Mike
and Mary Wallace , Ric Wanetik & David
Hagans, Marjorie Webb
Donors: Gilman and Sarah Burke, Susan
Filipiak, Richard E. Ford, Gloria Gardner, Virginia
Habig, Nancy Kremsdorf, Russel and Julie
Patterson, Daniel Pike, Jane B Quinn, Germaine
Salsberg, Joy C. Schein, Anne Schwimmer, Mimi
Scott, Phd , Shari Upbin, Honey Waldman
Hoofers: Eriko Amino, Betsie Andrews, Gwen
Bowen, Mark and Natalie Dinkelman, Patricia
A. Duffy, Randy Ellis, Tori and Marc Foley,
Sondra Gorney, Curtis Houlihan, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E. Kaufmann, Sali Ann Kriegsman, Ann
and Sugato Mitra, Sue Morgenroth, Leandra
Pope, Barbara Preis, Jennifer Quigley, Judith
Rosen, Barbara Shenton, Sharon Smith, Edward
Vermeulen, Nikki White
Special thanks: All participating performers,
teachers, staff, students, volunteers, audience
members and partnering organizations, Mark
Kellogg, Mary Kellogg, Ben Gelinas, and you!
DIRECTOR TAP CITY YOUTH PROGRAMS
Susan Hebach
YOUTH ENSEMBLE DIRECTOR
Kirsten Burke Smith
EDUCATION ASSISTANT
Valentin Burlacu
MULTIMEDIA/IT MANAGER
Jill Alcott
DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT
Jane Penn
DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT
Audrey Ross
PUBLIC RELATIONS
Coutney Runft
OFFICE ASSISTANT
Tony Mayes
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
Partners
International Tap Association
New York Committee to
Celebrate National Tap Day
New York City Library For The
Performing Arts
Circuit Productions, Inc.
Stepping Out Studios
The Churchill School
Groove With Me
Tap Dance for Young People
Chelsea Studios
Divine Rhythm Productions
New Yorker Hotel
Contributions
The American Tap Dance Foundation, is a
New York City based, 501c3 non-profit organization founded by tap dancers Brenda Bufalino,
Tony Waag, and the late Charles “Honi” Coles.
Please consider a tax-deductible donation
to cover expenses associated with these very
important programs:
Training Scholarships for children and teens.
The Gregory Hines Collection of Tap Dance.
The International Tap Dance Hall of
Fame awards, retrospectives, screenings and
educational programs.
Year-Round Tap Dance programming building towards a capital campaign for our home for
tap dance, The American Tap Dance Center.
As a supporter, you will formally become
part of the extended Tap City Community
and receive many benefits (in addition to a tax
deduction), including:
Your name and an acknowledgement in
program credits for all ATDF events.
Our annual newsletter The Tap Times.
Special invitations to receptions and events.
Please join us, as we gather a vibrant and
diverse global tap community and communicate
across cultural and national boundaries through
this uniquely American art form. To make a
contribution, please contact us at: (646) 230-9564
or visit our website at: www.atdf.org The ATDF
deeply appreciates your support!
If you are interested in volunteering, contact
Ms. Hjordis Linn at: [email protected] or call
(646) 230-9564.
American Tap Dance Foundation
33 Little West 12th Street #105B
N e w Yo r k , N Y 1 0 0 1 4
tel: 646.230.9564 www.atdf.org
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