Lyceum Event Taps Its Way to Truman

Tony Waag’s “Tap City” is coming to Truman for the Kohlenberg Lyceum Series at 7:30 p.m., March 8, in Baldwin Auditorium.

The evening will feature the best of the annual New York City Tap Festival, showcasing an international cast of legendary tap veterans, cutting-edge soloists and up-and-coming young talent. The show highlights innovative and original material created by soloists and ensembles from around the world. Five generations of tap dancers will come together to celebrate one of America’s most virtuosic and entertaining art forms.

“Tap City” presents a rich and diverse kaleidoscope of tap dance styles, rhythms, and musical feet in an exciting program filled with passion and humor. Backed by a trio of jazz musicians, the 10-12 performers of “Tap City” will be selected NYC Tap Festival favorites.

Tickets for “Tap City” are now available to students, faculty and staff with a University ID. Students may pick up tickets at the Student Activities Board Office. Faculty and staff may pick up tickets at the Center for Student Involvement.

For more information, call the Public Relations Office at 660.785.4016 or go to This is the second to last Lyceum event for the 2004-2005 year.

Truman Kirkville Alumni Chapter members may attend a reception prior to the performance from 6-7 p.m., March 2, in Baldwin Hall 100. R.S.V.P. by March 3 by calling 785.4133.

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