Dance of the Revue Era
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium (40 Lincoln Center Plaza, Manhattan)
Dance in the American Revue, like the Roaring Twenties itself, was buoyant, frantic, and full of ingenuity, creating trends that exist to this day. While the Castles and the Astaires brought the art form to domestic parlors, ballrooms were full of Flappers invited to “Charleston” their way to happiness! Join our hosts, legendary dancers Marge Champion and Gary Flannery for an energetic evening featuring dancers from Dance Manhattan, The American Tap Dance Foundation and cirque performers from Phoenix Entertainment NYC!