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Top tapper will pull out the stops with ‘Tap Dance A Love Story”

COME AND HEAR THOSE DANCIN’ FEET

See tap in a whole new light through the work of New York’s Andrew Nemr. He started tapping at 3 and turned pro at 10, working with legendary dancers Gregory Hines and Savion Glover. Nemr’s style ranges from elegantly smooth to raucously rhythmic. “Tap Dance A Love Story” offers a glimpse of this Surel’s Place artist-in-residence’s one-man show and his ongoing collaboration with Grammy-nominated cellist Dave Eggar. Each will push his instrument to its limit.

Watch a video of Andrew Nemr sharing his story and demonstrating the Paddle ’n Roll.

Watch some of the legends of tap dance.

Sat

7 p.m. Sept. 19, Boise Contemporary Theater, 854 W. Fulton St. $15 general, $10 students, $5 children 12 and younger. SurelsPlace.org.

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