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Safety and Health

Lisa Lewis

Lisa Lewis, PhD, is an associate professor in the health and human performance department at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee. Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Lewis started her professional dance training under master teachers Mallory Graham and Danny Hoctor, and later she studied in New York City under the legendary jazz teacher Frank Hatchett and tap professional Maurice Hines at Hines-Hatchett studio (currently Broadway Dance Center). Dr. Lewis developed online tap dance components for beginners while instructing tap dance at Middle Tennessee State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Beginning Tap Dance : Interactive Dance Series

Human Kinetics, 2013

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...Tap dance is generally a fun and safe activity. However, as with any physical activity, related injuries sometimes occur. Understanding safety precautions along with basic movement, nutrition, and anatomy can help you prevent many of those...

Tap Dance Steps

Lisa Lewis

Lisa Lewis, PhD, is an associate professor in the health and human performance department at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee. Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Lewis started her professional dance training under master teachers Mallory Graham and Danny Hoctor, and later she studied in New York City under the legendary jazz teacher Frank Hatchett and tap professional Maurice Hines at Hines-Hatchett studio (currently Broadway Dance Center). Dr. Lewis developed online tap dance components for beginners while instructing tap dance at Middle Tennessee State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Beginning Tap Dance : Interactive Dance Series

Human Kinetics, 2013

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...Many tap dancers believe tap dance is all about the sound of the feet. Jimmy Slyde, one of the best tap dancers, believed tap dance was about creating pictures with every movement. He stated that he was a visual dancer and when he performed...

Preparing for Class

Lisa Lewis

Lisa Lewis, PhD, is an associate professor in the health and human performance department at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee. Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Lewis started her professional dance training under master teachers Mallory Graham and Danny Hoctor, and later she studied in New York City under the legendary jazz teacher Frank Hatchett and tap professional Maurice Hines at Hines-Hatchett studio (currently Broadway Dance Center). Dr. Lewis developed online tap dance components for beginners while instructing tap dance at Middle Tennessee State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Beginning Tap Dance : Interactive Dance Series

Human Kinetics, 2013

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...In the Broadway musical A Chorus Line, the character Mike sings of his experiences as a child watching his sister tap dance. In the lyrics he sings, “I can do that.” Finally, one day he grabs his sister’s tap shoes and stuffs them...

Developing Tap Technique

Lisa Lewis

Lisa Lewis, PhD, is an associate professor in the health and human performance department at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee. Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Lewis started her professional dance training under master teachers Mallory Graham and Danny Hoctor, and later she studied in New York City under the legendary jazz teacher Frank Hatchett and tap professional Maurice Hines at Hines-Hatchett studio (currently Broadway Dance Center). Dr. Lewis developed online tap dance components for beginners while instructing tap dance at Middle Tennessee State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Beginning Tap Dance : Interactive Dance Series

Human Kinetics, 2013

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...Tap dance is a physical activity that is also an art form. Each tap class requires physical exertion, concentration, patience, and commitment. Tap dance is also a fun, feel-good, noisy activity; with practice, you can use it to express...

Learning and Performing Tap Dance

Lisa Lewis

Lisa Lewis, PhD, is an associate professor in the health and human performance department at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee. Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Lewis started her professional dance training under master teachers Mallory Graham and Danny Hoctor, and later she studied in New York City under the legendary jazz teacher Frank Hatchett and tap professional Maurice Hines at Hines-Hatchett studio (currently Broadway Dance Center). Dr. Lewis developed online tap dance components for beginners while instructing tap dance at Middle Tennessee State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Beginning Tap Dance : Interactive Dance Series

Human Kinetics, 2013

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...Learning and performing tap dance present physical and intellectual challenges; tap dance is a mind–body experience. You have to come to class physically and mentally ready to learn. You use your observation skills to see and hear...

Introduction to Tap Dance

Lisa Lewis

Lisa Lewis, PhD, is an associate professor in the health and human performance department at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee. Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Lewis started her professional dance training under master teachers Mallory Graham and Danny Hoctor, and later she studied in New York City under the legendary jazz teacher Frank Hatchett and tap professional Maurice Hines at Hines-Hatchett studio (currently Broadway Dance Center). Dr. Lewis developed online tap dance components for beginners while instructing tap dance at Middle Tennessee State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Beginning Tap Dance : Interactive Dance Series

Human Kinetics, 2013

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...Tap dance is considered an American dance style with roots from all over the world. From Celtic ring dances to Southern minstrel shows to Broadway musicals, tap dance has a rich history that took thousands of years to create. Over time...

History of Tap Dance

Lisa Lewis

Lisa Lewis, PhD, is an associate professor in the health and human performance department at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee. Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Lewis started her professional dance training under master teachers Mallory Graham and Danny Hoctor, and later she studied in New York City under the legendary jazz teacher Frank Hatchett and tap professional Maurice Hines at Hines-Hatchett studio (currently Broadway Dance Center). Dr. Lewis developed online tap dance components for beginners while instructing tap dance at Middle Tennessee State University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Beginning Tap Dance : Interactive Dance Series

Human Kinetics, 2013

Ebook Chapter

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...The creation of tap dance is generally credited to African Americans. A look back into the global history of dance proves that although African Americans were responsible for the popularity of what is known as tap dance today, its rich...