An original documentary play conceived by Chandler Browne, the Tap Project chronicles the stories and experiences of professional tap dancers. Through the format of a play, Chandler strives to preserve and present the largely oral history of tap dancing, a uniquely black and American art form.
This one-woman performance will give audiences the tools to begin to understand the neglected but complex history of tap dance in America.
Conceived, written, and choreographed by Chandler Browne '18, dramaturgy by Jaris Owens '20, and directed by Caroline Jackson Smith, chair and professor of theater.
Purchase tickets from Central Ticket Office in Hall Auditorium; $5 general admission.