Savion Glover - Canceled
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Tapping marvel Savion Glover brings his moves to Omaha! The Tony Award®-winner stormed the dance world in the 1980s with his hard-hitting tap. He blends elements of jazz, hip-hop and bebop in wildly entertaining performances.

 

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Tapping marvel Savion Glover brings his moves to Omaha! The Tony Award®-winner stormed the dance world in the 1980s with his hard-hitting tap. He blends elements of jazz, hip-hop and bebop in wildly entertaining performances.

Glover made his Broadway debut as the title character in "The Tap Dance Kid" at the age of 12. He appeared on Broadway opposite Gregory Hines in "Jelly's Last Jam" and toured with that show. He has also appeared in Dance in America: Tap! with Hines and Tommy Tune for PBS and Nickelodeon, The Academy Awards, Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, and is currently a series regular on Sesame Street.

In 1996, Glover won the Tony® award for his dancing and choreography of the Broadway smash-hit, "Bring In Da Noize, Bring In Da Funk," which had a successful international tour in 2002. Glover has danced on concert stages throughout the world, including the Moulin Rouge, Lincoln Center, the Smithsonian Institution, Carnegie Hall and the White House.

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