Category: tap dancing

Performed by: Beth Crandall, David Guzman, Jac…

Performed by: Beth Crandall, David Guzman, Jacob Guzman, Andrew Hodge, Bryan Hunt, Sasha Hutchings, Abby Jaros, Christopher Rice, Kelly Sheehan, Clay Thomson, and Teddy Toye

Number: “Uptown Funk”

Choreographer: Christopher Rice

Style: Tap

From: “Uptown Funk Tap Dance Rehearsal – #Tappy” (2015)

mostlydaydreaming:“You Were Meant for Me” Gene…

mostlydaydreaming:

“You Were Meant for Me”

Gene Kelly & Debbie Reynolds
Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

Tap.

Performed by: Leslie Caron, Gene Kelly, and En…

Performed by: Leslie Caron, Gene Kelly, and Ensemble

Number: “An American in Paris”

Choreographer: Gene Kelly

Style: Tap

From: An American in Paris (1951)

Performed by: Dick Van Dyke and the penguins

Performed by: Dick Van Dyke and the penguins

Number: “The Penguin Dance”

Choreographers: Marc Breaux and Dee Dee Wood

Style: Tap

From: Mary Poppins (1964)

Performed by: Chloe Arnold’s Syncopated Ladies…

Performed by: Chloe Arnold’s Syncopated Ladies (Chloe Arnold, Maud Arnold, Orialis Ashley, Anissa Lee, and Assata Madison)

Number: “Like A Boy”

Choreographers: Chloe Arnold and Ava Bernstine-Mitchell

Style: Tap

From: “CHLOE ARNOLD’S SYNCOPATED LADIES | LIKE A BOY | #TIMESUP” (2018)

margotfonteyns: “I really had to fight hard fo…

margotfonteyns:

“I really had to fight hard for the part with Fred Astaire in Second Chorus. He didn’t want to dance with an amateur. I took private lessons on the side–even on Sundays. I did all right in the test, and Fred said I could do the dance with him, although I knew he wasn’t too keen about it. When rehearsals began, I started coming in at 1 o’clock. Then I came at noon–then 11, and 10. Finally I was coming in at 8 o’clock. I wasn’t working. I was just watching Fred. My interest got him more interested. Finally he let his own dances go and worked with me. I danced until my feet were blistered and bleeding. But I loved it: I knew that if I put in this servitude something had to come of it.

“We had six weeks of rehearsal and then we did the dance in three takes–in half an hour, although three days are usually allotted for Fred Astaire’s dances. Mrs. Astaire came at noon to see the dance but we had finished it before she got there. Fred Astaire seldom cares to see his rushes, but he went in to see our dance, and he came rushing out to get me. ‘Where is she?’ he cried. ‘Bless her heart–just come and see this kid slap it out!’” –Paulette Goddard

Tap.

Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell tap dancing “B…

Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell tap dancing “Begin the Beguine” in Broadway Melody of 1940. 

Performed by: Second to None (Sarah Bamford, A…

Performed by: Second to None (Sarah Bamford, Ava Brooks, and Ryan Maw)

Number: “Classic” 

Style: Tap

From: World of Dance, Season 2 (2018)

Performed by: Jonathan Groff and dancer ensemb…

Performed by: Jonathan Groff and dancer ensemble

Number: “Anything Goes”

Choreography: Kathleen Marshall

Style: Tap

From: MCC Theater’s Miscast gala (2012)

Performed by: Chloe Arnold, Maud Arnold, Orial…

Performed by: Chloe Arnold, Maud Arnold, Orialis Ashley, Anissa Lee, Assata Madison, Valerie Rockey, Melinda Sullivan, Melissa Tannus, and LA Syncopated Ladies Bootcamp participants

Number: “Run the World”

Choreography: Chloe Arnold

Style: Tap

From: Syncopated Ladies Bootcamp LA 2016