With a style unlike any other female dancer of her time, Eleanor Powell left a legendary mark as an actress, a charity advocate, and of course, as the Queen of Tap Dancing. Learn about the life and legacy of one of the world’s greatest tap dancers.
Legendary choreographer, Bob Fosse was a man who worked hard, danced hard, lived hard and who’s signature dance style and choreography made an impact in film, music videos, and on Broadway that can be seen even today.
Audition from a dancer who traeled to New York City to try out for the world’s most famous precision dance company, the Radio City Rockettes. Learn from her experience.
Gene Kelly changed the way dance was perceived on film and made his athletic style a staple of American dance. Learn about this legendary dancer, choreographer, and actor’s life and legacy in this brief biography.
From Ballet to Broadway, master classes to movie screens, Matt Mattox left his mark in every aspect of the dance world. In the process, he helped create vocabulary, customs and a style still found in many jazz classes and choreographic works today.
The man remembered as the “Godfather of American Jazz Dancing” could check numerous titles off his list of accomplishments, including dancer, choreographer, master teacher, company founder, author, and, ultimately, the person who led jazz to become a recognized and respected art form.