The Big Apple Tap Festival 2018

Participants Showcase

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The Big Apple Tap Festival - Participants Showcase will take place on
Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 8:00 PM.

The showcase will be emceed by: Ray Hesselink



Randy Skinner
Bio
Randy Skinner Award
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The Big Apple Tap Festival - Award will be presented to
Mr. Randy Skinner by Tony Award winner Mr. Bill Irwin.


Tony Award winner Bill Irwin
Bio





Faculty Performers will include:
  • Justin Boccitto
  • Tré DumasSpacer
  • Jeannie HillSpacer
  • Bill IrwinSpacer
  • Anthony LoCascioSpacer
  • Megan MaltosSpacer
  • Max PollakSpacer
  • Evan RuggieroSpacer
  • Joseph WigganSpacer


Companies will include:
  • Bayside Tap Company
    - Erica DeCoste
  • SpacerAZ Tap Club
    - Megan Maltos
  • SpacerConnecticut Tap Collaborative
    - Kate Cavenagh
  • SpacerFutureSTEP
    - Artistic Director Hillary Marie Michael
  • SpacerNorth Carolina Youth Tap Ensemble
    - Artistic Director Gene Medler
  • Spacer#TapLife
    - Anthony LoCascio
  • SpacerAnd many more!





  • Performance location:
    The Kaye Playhouse
    695 Park Ave, New York City.
    Theater entrance is located on East 68th St.
    (Between Park and Lexington Avenues.)
    Click here to to find this location on Google Maps.
    Subway: 6 (stops at Hunter College station).

All the performers in the show must obtain a ticket!





Ticket prices (seats unreserved):
  • Advance sales:
$25

  • At the door: (pending availability)
$35

Buy tickets: $25 Buy a ticket for the Participants Showcase - Advance Sales

Your Showcase Ticket(s) can be picked up at The Big Apple Tap Festival store (Studio 1202) during the festival, or at The Kaye Playhouse on Nov. 10th, one hour before the show.


The Kaye Playhouse Stage The Kaye Playhouse Seating Area

About The Kaye Playhouse

Dedicated in 1942 by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College began its notable history as The Playhouse at Hunter College. At that time, concerts were presented under the auspices of the Hunter College Concert Bureau and many of the world's most famous artists performed at The Playhouse until the Concert Bureau closed its doors in 1975.

In 1993, the Playhouse was renovated and reopened as The Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College. Since its rededication, The Kaye has presented over 1,800 performances of some of the world's most renowned artists and has entered the 21st century as one of New York City's leading performing arts institutions, as well as serving as the centerpiece for the performing arts at Hunter College.



Read More about The Kaye Playhouse here