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|Named Person:||Tony Waag; Savion Glover; Valéria Pinheiro; Keith Terry; Yvette Glover; Olivia Rosenkrantz; Mari Fujibayashi; Pat Tortorici; Mable Lee; Dianne Walker; Bill Irwin; Sarah Petronio; Jimmy Slyde; Kendrick Jones; Frank Kimbrough; Ben Allison; Eddie Ornowski|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Tony Waag; Valéria Pinheiro; Keith Terry; Olivia Rosenkrantz; Mari Fujibayashi; Clare O'Donnell; Charles Steiner; Penny Ward; Jim Oakley; Footage Productions (Firm); American Tap Dance Orchestra.; Vagabond Video.; New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Dance Collection.
|Notes:||Accompanied by house program.
Recording made possible by the cooperation of New York City Tap Festival, Tony Waag & Footage Productions, Inc., American Tap Dance Orchestra, The Duke on 42nd Street Theater, and the Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image, Dance Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
|Credits:||Festival producer, Tony Waag; co-chairs, Hoagy B. Carmichael, Gregory Hines; tap instrument and sound design, Robert Harari; lighting, Jim Oakley.|
|Performer(s):||Master of ceremonies: Tony Waag.
Music played by Frank Kimbrough (piano), Ben Allison (bass), Eddie Ornowski (drums).
|Event notes:||Videotaped in performance at The Duke on 42nd Street Theater, New York, N.Y., as part of Tap City 2002, the second annual New York City Tap Festival, on July 11, 2002; video documentation, Charlie Steiner of Vagabond Video; direction and editing, Charlie Steiner; camera, Charlie Steiner, Penny Ward.|
|Description:||2 videocassettes (138 min.) : sd., col. NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)|
|Contents:||Cassette 1 (ca. 92 min.). Improvisation / performed by Savion Glover. Bagaceira (Sugar cane pulp) / choreography, Valéria Pinheiro; music, traditional rhythms; performed by Valéria Pinheiro, Orlangelo Leal, Ângelo Márcio, Cacau Arco Verde. [Impromptu solo] / performed a cappella by Kendrick Jones II. Body music / music, Keith Terry; performed by Keith Terry. Come Sunday / music, Duke Ellington; sung by Yvette Glover. Sensemaya (Chant for killing a snake) / choreography and performance, Olivia Rosenkrantz and Mari Fujibayashi; music, Silvestre Revueltas; storyteller, Pat Tortorici. You make me feel so young / choreography, Clare O'Donnell and Katie Riley; music, Josef Myrow and Mark Gordon; performed by Tony Waag with the Half Pint Hoofers: Becky Bowen, Jaimee Bradshaw, Rebecca Cote, Alison Daguio, Alyse DaSilva, Jennie DaSilva, Alison Dessert, Meghan Dodd, Danielle Fisher, Brooke Handfield, Anne Hearn, Shannon Hearn, Emily Jackson-Carlon, Kelly Martin, Kym Meyers, Katie Norris, Ashley Orifice, Elizabeth Poitras, Rachael Rachon, Trisha Regan, Christine Scanlon, Rebecca Scanlon, Susan Scanlon, Kelsey Schools, Grace Sroka, Giuliana Tittarelli, Michelle Yiznitsky. It was just one of those things / music, Cole Porter; performed by Mable Lee. You'd be so easy to love / music, Roger Dale Connell; performed by Mable Lee and Tony Waag. Up a lazy river / music, H. Carmichael and S. Arodin; performed by Tony Waag. There is no greater love / music, Isham Jones and Marty Symes; performed by Dianne Walker. Cassette 2 (ca. 46 min.). Comedy / performed a cappella by Bill Irwin. Jeannine / music, Duke Pearson; performed by Sarah Petronio. I wish I knew / music, Harry Warren; performed by Jimmy Slyde. Finale/Shim sham shimmy / music, Lester Young ("Lester leaps in"); danced by the entire cast.|
|Responsibility:||presented by Tony Waag & Footage Productions, Inc. in association with the American Tap Dance Orchestra.|
- Waag, Tony.
- Glover, Savion.
- Pinheiro, Valéria.
- Terry, Keith, -- 1951-
- Glover, Yvette.
- Rosenkrantz, Olivia.
- Fujibayashi, Mari.
- Tortorici, Pat.
- Lee, Mable.
- Walker, Dianne.
- Irwin, Bill, -- 1950-
- Petronio, Sarah.
- Slyde, Jimmy.
- Jones, Kendrick, -- 1985-
- Kimbrough, Frank.
- Allison, Ben.
- Ornowski, Eddie.
- Tap dancing.