tap dance

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The new copy platform doesn't softshoe around the subject of commitment; prospects are told upfront that they will need to buy four books in two years to fulfill their membership requirement.
Known By Heart mixes favorite Tharp dance forms, bits and schtick she can do, has done, in her sleep and knows "by heart": the boxing jabs, the sparring lovers, the aerobic angels, the softshoe shadows, the lilt she's lifted from ballet's pastorals.
Commenting on the new show, softshoe shuffler par excellence Du Beke said, "Erin and I can't wait to be out on tour again.
Softshoe Sure Shot was 9 when he won the 1995 San Carlos Handicap.
In addition to "Follies," in which she sang "One More Kiss," she appeared in eight Broadway shows beginning with "The Pajama Game" where she danced softshoe with Eddie Foy, Jr.
Bill Harmatz was second on Fourth and One, and Jack Leonard third with Softshoe Rhythm.
Harry Groener, who plays the various men in the women's lives, displays his flexibility as well as a winning softshoe in his own musical number.