5 Tips for Creating Choreo on Portable Tap Floors

In this week's episode, we're diving deep into choreography that is made specifically for portable tap floors. 

Whether you're choreographing for yourself…

Or for your students to perform outdoors…

Or indoors at a convention that only has Marley available…

Or in a theater on a concert dance stage where they won't allow you to dance on their floor…

The tips and tricks that I'm going to share with you today will help you turn the portable floor into a tool of inspiration, rather than a damper on your creativity. 

Listen to this episode to hear about:

  • How to not get “stuck” on a portable floor. 
  • How to change formations with portable floors. 
  • Different shapes you can make in your dancing. 
  • What to do if you’re afraid of losing points at competition because of portable floors.
  • How specific tools, like cannons and counterpoint, can up-level your choreo. 
  • The difference between counterpoint and polyrhythm.
  • Rhythm Training for Tap Dancers Course in the iTapOnline Member Center. 
  • How to have a confident and comfortable performance on a portable floor. 
  • Who’s paying for these portable tap floors? 

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