Savion Glover’s STePz at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts Premiers Tonight, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m.

Published Friday, November 15, 2013 at 11:00 am

by Madison V. Fisler 

Nov. 15, 2013. If you haven’t yet purchased your tickets for Savion Glover’s STePz at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts Nov. 15, it’s not too late. Tickets are still available for purchase and you haven’t missed your chance to see the American tap master, according to the box office at the Schaefer Center.  

“We still have tickets available, but we are expecting a very full house,” said Megan Stage manager of marketing for the Schaefer Center.

“This is the first time he has performed in this area, and this is a new show. A lot of people have seen him in New York and on Broadway, and this is not your typical dance recital.”

imgresWith unmatched energy and the ability to take tap dancing to a whole new level, Savion Glover has become America’s tap master. On Friday, Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. Savion Glover will take over the stage at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts with his show STePz. 

He is so edgy,” Stage said. “He really pays homage to the classical tap dancing roots and to tap dancers of our generation, but he is very innovative and you never know what to expect. There is a fun, jamming vibe as if you were at a jam session with a band. Tap dancing is not something you see everyday, it is so different from all the shows we have done in the past.” 

STePz fuses traditional music selections with Glover’s self-proclaimed tap style, unpredictability and energy. To watch videos and get more information on the Nov. 15 event, click here.

Savion Glover is a Tony winning hoofer, choreographer and producer. His Broadway shows include  The Tap Dance Kid; Black and Blue; Jelly’s Last Jam and Bring in da Noise and Bring in da Funk.

Glover has also appeared in many motion pictures, with film credits including Tap with Gregory Hines and Samy Davis Jr.; Bamboozled by Spike Lee and Happy Feet 1 and 2.

In addition to his own work, Glover also loves to spread his love and passion of dance and runs a tap school in his hometown of Newark, New Jersey called HooFeRzCLub. 

This is a not-to-miss show for everyone who loves dance and lively entertainment of all kinds.  

And it’s not too late to get your ticket for the show. Adult tickets are $20 and student tickets are $10. This event offers a special discount for Appalachian faculty and staff of $16. In order to receive this discount, call or visit the Schaefer Center Box Office. The Pick 5 discount is available for this show and offers a break on the ticket price when tickets are purchased in multiples of five.

The next show in the Performing Arts Series is not until the new year, when River North Dance Chicago arrives Jan. 31. Tickets for this event are available now and make great holiday gifts. Tickets are $10 for students and $20 for adults. 

The Performing Arts Series supports the teaching mission of Appalachian State University by presenting a diverse array of music, dance and theatre events designed to enrich the cultural landscape of the campus and surrounding region.

By creating memorable performance experiences and related educational and outreach activities, the series promotes the power and excitement of the live performance experience; provides a “window on the world” through the artistry of nationally and internationally renowned artists and showcases some of the finest artists of our nation and our region.

 

 

 

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