Off Beat Tap Company Presents:
"Mother Tongue"With this creative new performance Ryan P. Casey combines the rhythm of tap dance with the rhythm of female vocalists from around the world in their native languages.
Saturday, June 3rd - 7:00pm
SEATING & GENERAL INFORMATION
All tickets bought for this event are for RESERVED SEATING seating.
If you need reasonable accommodation such as wheelchair accessible seating….
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available Online
Doors Will Open for Seating at least 30-Minutes prior to the start-time.
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ACCESSIBLE SEATING IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE BALCONY.
There is no elevator access to the balcony.
Requires climbing several flights of stairs.
SEAT TYPES & PRICING INFORMATION
[A $4.00 Ticketing Fee will be added upon check-out at ALL Points-of-Sale]
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GENERAL ADMISSION: $26.00
The Balcony will not initially be open for seating…
The universal language of rhythm is joined by other languages from around the world in this new show from “whimsically inventive” (The Boston Globe) choreographer Ryan P. Casey and his Off Beat Tap Company. Prepare for a rich soundscape of fancy footwork and intricate melodies, featuring songs by female artists in French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Czech, Korean, and other tongues. From jazz standards to K-pop, the diverse soundtrack has something for everyone, and you’ll quickly be reminded why dance is joy – no matter what language you speak.
Off Beat Tap Company was founded by performer, educator, choreographer, and dance writer Ryan P. Casey. He is currently on faculty at Endicott College, Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard, The Dance Inn, and Cathy Taylor School of Dance.
Performing alongside him will be Kelly Kaleta and Nicole Chaput. The company has presented work with the Inside/Out series at Jacob’s Pillow, Dance for World Community, Salem Arts Festival, and many other venues throughout the Northeast.
“Tap lovers ogle at [Casey’s] freakishly clean footwork, with shaded in-the-pocket rhythms reminiscent of Fred Astaire.”
“[Casey] can morph from a giraffe into a grasshopper with the graceful fold of the limbs.” –The New York Times.