IndyFringe brings so many different types of performances to festival goers, and once again, tap dancing is included on that list. The Rhythm Chronicles takes the audience from the origins of tap dancing through to the modern day. The performance showcases the talented Circle City Tap company, and several other performers from the local area. Saturday’s performance played to a full house. If you haven’t seen live tap dancing before, be prepared for a multi-sensory experience- you not only hear and see the dancing, you also feel it. A wide variety of music and dance styles are presented throughout the show.

The show is completely family friendly, and as is tradition in the tap world, an open invitation to dance the Shim-sham is the closing number. During the performance I attended, two rows of tap students jumped out of their seats and made their way on stage to join in the fun.

Remaining Performances:

  • Sunday, August 21 at 4:30p
  • Monday, August 22 at 9p
  • Friday, August 26 at 6p
  • Saturday, August 27 at 1:30p
  • Sunday, August 28 at 7:30p