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Event Details

Apr 26 to
May 6

Tapestry Dance Company's "April Fools"

8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
The Long Center / Rollins Theatre
701 West Riverside Drive
Categories
Art/Culture, Music, Comedy
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Who: Tapestry Dance Company
What: April Fools
Where: The Long Center / Rollins Theatre / Austin, TX
When: April 26th – May 6th, 2018 (Thurs/Fri/Sat @ 7:30pm, Sat/Sun @ 2:00pm)
Web: www.tapestry.org
Tickets: www.thelongcenter.org

Austin’s Own Tapestry Dance Company
By Popular Demand - Brings Back “April Fools”

AUSTIN, Texas — “Tapestry Dance Company’s Artistic Director Acia Gray is pulling out all the stops again to present the multi-faceted talent of Tapestry Dance Company with the return of April Fools – a vaudeville-style work with special guest The Minor Mishap Marching Band” – The Austin American Statesman

Winner of Best Choreography 2012 by the Austin Critics Table April Fools brings each Tapestry dancer assuming the persona of a vintage variety performer – suave song-and-dance man, a baggy pants clown, leggy chorines and more complete with their own show-biz moniker: From Mr. Midnight to Harmon “Is She or Isn’t She” Knight among them. This high energy and eccentric presentation runs the gamut of tongue in cheek relevance to current events to breath-taking tap dance classics from stage and screen with the incredible music of The Minor Mishap Marching Band.

It’s “a celebration of American Vaudeville” with the high energy and eccentric presentation of this international members of Tapestry – the only full-time, professional tap dance company in the world.

Tapestry Dance Company is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.

About Tapestry Dance Company
Long Center Resident Company, Tapestry is a professional, non-profit dance organization founded in 1989 for the purpose of developing a foundation in multi-form dance performance and education and is home to the only full-time, professional, repertory tap dance company in the world. TDC is home to eight resident artists from around the globe, one of the oldest annual international tap dance festivals in the world, educational outreach programs as well as a pre-professional and adult training facility sharing the unique training syllabus of founders Acia Gray and Deirdre Strand.

The events and programs of Tapestry Dance Company include seasonal concerts at Austin’s Long Center, The Annual Soul to Sole Festival, community outreach programs such as Rhythm, Dance, Music & You., numerous master classes and workshops as well as touring residencies throughout the world managed by Holden Arts & Associates.

The company’s recent production of In Your Shoes won best ensemble by The Austin Critic’s Table Awards, Passing It Forward – The American Dream? is now listed on the TCA Touring Roster and the company's NEA Masterpiece production of The Souls of Our Feet -­ A Celebration of American Tap Dance toured The People’s Republic of China for 5 weeks and Director Acia Gray has been asked to set a national syllabus for Chinese tap dance curriculum. Tapestry Dance Company is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.

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