The name Tap comes from the sound made when small metal plates on the dancer's shoes touch a hard surface.  First developed in the United States in the early ninteenth century, tap is now popular in many parts of the world.  This lively rhythmic tapping makes the performer both a dancer and percussive musician.

Dress Code: Dancers are required to wear a leotard (any color), tights, Soffee shorts (or similar) and black tap shoes.

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2017 Summer Tap Schedule

2016-2017 Fall-Spring Tap Schedule