Tap Dance History is one of the most heavily debated topics in the Tap Dance Community.
Understandably so, because the Tap Dance Community is passionate about the culture and history of the art form being honored and recognized.
Today’s episode is all about my heaviest hitting takeaways from one of my recent deep dives into Tap Dance History research.
From The Stono Rebellion of 1739, to The Negro Act of 1740, to Master Juba, often referred to as the “father” or “grandfather” of Tap Dance, this episode is filled with lessons learned, major takeaways, and more.
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