Tappin' Thru Life - A Song & Dance Musical
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Tappin' Thru Life - A Song & Dance Musical NYC Reviews and Tickets

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(67 Reviews)
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Mixed
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Entertaining, Delightful, Enchanting, Refreshing, Absorbing

About the Show

New World Stages presents Broadway legend Maurice Hines's 'Tappin’ Thru Life,' a song and dance celebration of his career in show business.

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Cliched, Great music, Great tapping, Ok show

See it if You like jazz performances. This is not a play nor a musical. The songs and the tapping are great.

Don't see it if You want a compelling story. It's more of a name dropping thru life. Very little personal angst. It's not bad really. It's just not theater.

Critic Reviews (61)

The New York Times
January 14th, 2016

"A singing, dancing showman extraordinaire, Mr. Hines is in very fine form, but he is, after all, 72. 'Tappin’ Thru Life' is cleverly constructed, almost variety-show-style, to let its star catch his breath once in a while...What makes 'Tappin’ Thru Life' more than a vanity piece is its willingness to speak of pain. Mr. Hines can be an amusing storyteller, and he wows us with his footwork as he sings classic song after song."
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Time Out New York
January 11th, 2016

"If this sounds like 90 minutes of sweet, unfocused nostalgia, it is (not that there's anything wrong with that)...While director Jeff Calhoun attempts to shape the material into a full-fledged show, there's no discernable structure, and Hines rarely drops his ain't-life-grand persona...Hines prefers pizzazz to introspection, and why not? For 72 years, it's gotten him 'Thru Life' with happy feet and feelings."
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The Hollywood Reporter
January 11th, 2016

"The show has its problems. Despite its title, it features more music than dance...Although he has a swinging vocal delivery and easy way with a tune, singing is not really the performer's strong suit...And despite the plethora of anecdotes about the many stars with whom Hines has worked, the evening is surprisingly short on dish...But for all its awkward or routine moments, the evening is still terrific fun, thanks to Hines' prodigious energy, enthusiasm and winning personality. "
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Deadline
January 14th, 2016

"Under the fleet direction of Jeff Calhoun, and to the accompaniment of the Diva Jazz Orchestra, 'Tappin Thru Life' is another tonic for the winter blues. Hines proves himself a thoughtful singer with a light baritone, and his tapping is undiminished by age…What makes ‘Tappin Thru Life’ positively soar is the brilliant arrangements played by the gifted Divas on such standards as 'I’ve Got You Under My Skin' and 'I’ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face'...Don't miss it.'"
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NY1
January 12th, 2016

"It features celebrity-filled anecdotes, classic tunes accompanied by a fabulous all-female band, and of course, that thing that put them on the map...Under Jeff Calhoun's excellent direction, the show moves beautifully with songs that complement the stories, both poignant and funny."
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Theatermania
January 11th, 2016

"One of the most delightful and ego-free evenings of theater, straight from the golden age of entertainment. Don't be mistaken, 'Maurice Hines Tappin' Thru Life' is exactly what it sounds like: A musical revue of old-timey tunes coupled with virtuosic tap breaks, and stories from the now 72-year-old Hines...But, aside from his God-given charm, ageless body, and finely tailored suits, the thing that sets this memoir apart from the rest is its intangible air of class."
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BroadwayWorld
January 12th, 2016

"Scrapbook photos flash before the audience in director Jeff Calhoun's high-energy production. And oh, how he dances. The clean, rapid-fire taps are presented with a sleek, panther-like gracefulness...It's also a show about helping other performers get a break...Watching the young talents wrap up their acts, Hines can be seen beaming like a proud poppa. 'That's our future,' he reminds the audience...With mentors like Maurice Hines around, the future looks very bright, indeed."
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Lighting & Sound America
January 12th, 2016

"It's a lively tale, crowded with thumbnail portraits of many mid-20th-century show business greats...'Tappin' Thru Life' is pretty smashing, too, thanks to Jeff Calhoun's seamless staging and the fine work of his design team...'Tappin' Thru Life' is loaded with swing. Also, heart. Also, entertainment. I had a very, very, very good time."
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Talkin' Broadway
January 11th, 2016

"'Tappin' Thru Life,' is a weird show, and, let's face it, not a particularly good one. It combines the worst of late-night talk with the worst of supper-club cabaret...Hines does a lot of name-dropping, and, in isolated cases, makes them come alive...Much of the rest of what he does is cheesy to the point of artery-clogging...For his myriad abilities and virtues as a performer, Hines can't convince you that he's a writer, and that makes his life story rather unconvincing."
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TheaterScene.net
January 12th, 2016

"A pleasantly entertaining look at the personal and professional life of Maurice Hines...Although the all-dance finale feels a bit tacked on, it is also expected. This is after all a show about the life of a tap dancer...The life story might have been a bit less slick, the emotions deeper, but 'Tappin’ Thru Life' is still a delight, a portrait of a show business that no longer exists and, sadly, a tale of personal loss, as well."
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Theater Pizzazz
January 11th, 2016

"Maurice Hines sings and taps, with masterful showmanship…At the tender age of 72, those tappin’ feet, that seem to float on air, can do no wrong as he sings and dances his way through the heart and soul of a family act that made headlines for many years…If you love tap dancing and great tunes from the American Songbook, you’re gonna be very happy."
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CurtainUp
January 11th, 2016

"Though rather thin and heavily sugar-coated, his long career on club and theater stages and in movies provides plenty of celebrity name dropping opportunities with which to enliven and musicalize his reminiscences...'Tappin' Thru Life' never really sheds its Las Vegas variety act aura. Yet Maurice Hines' joy at being on stage is contagious enough to probably make the audience to enjoy this up close visit with a man born to entertain."
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Stage Buddy
January 13th, 2016

"Hines is an entertainer at heart, and 'Maurice Hines Tappin’ Thru Life' is entertaining the whole way through...Hines is a radiant presence onstage...In the only mild disappointment of the evening, Chekhov’s stairs never get used to their full potential, but the full ride of the evening was more than enough excitement and impressive tapping to make up for it. The show closes with all four dancers onstage, and a rousing standing ovation from the audience."
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T
January 14th, 2016

"Through a series of delightful monologues, Mr. Hines – through tap numbers and songs – highlights the places and the individuals that provided inspiration and opportunity…Mr. Hines is a skilled and gifted interpreter of song lyrics and provides his own thoughtful phrasing and vocal modulation...'Tappin’ Thru Life' is a well-crafted and well designed show directed by Jeff Calhoun that celebrates the life and career of Maurice Hines."
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Broadway Blog
January 11th, 2016

"My only words are ones of praise, awe, and admiration...The Off Broadway show flows effortlessly from one fascinating showbiz tale to the next. In true song and dance fashion, his stories are interspersed with fine standards, each accompanied by the impressive Diva jazz orchestra. As soon as this 15-piece ensemble begins to wail, the 'wow' factor skyrockets—and it only increases throughout the next 90 minutes."
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C
January 11th, 2016

"Any January blues you may have will immediately disappear during this delightfully easy-breezy entertainment...The stories seem occasionally a bit exaggerated, and the chronology is a bit jumbled, but he spins his yarns with such enthusiasm it doesn’t matter...what is best in some ways about the show is that Hines willingly shares the stage – and even gives the spotlight over – to some spectacular young talent."
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Theatre's Leiter Side
January 11th, 2016

"Mr. Hines's revue...breaks no new ground and is like many others of its type, but it's consistently entertaining and its star is loaded with talent and good will...Mr. Hines actually spends more time singing than tapping, getting the most out of his not especially memorable voice by excellent phrasing and the expressive use of gestures and classy body movements...'Maurice Hines Tappin’ Thru Life' will have you tappin’ your toes, boppin’ your head, and singin’ along."
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Times Square Chronicles
January 12th, 2016

"Director Jeff Calhoun has created a seamless night of sheer joy...This is the most entertaining show I have seen in the past two years and a show not to miss because this is entertainment in its truest form."
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The Huffington Post
January 11th, 2016

"It's 85 minutes of a show that looks like the highest quality Las Vegas revue…Over the years he's turned himself into more of a first-rate jazz singer than he already has been…Talk about getting your money's worth. The generous Hines and energetic associates give it to you--and then some."
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Wolf Entertainment Guide
January 12th, 2016

"Hines can still deliver a battery of appealing tap steps, but for the really heavy stuff, he has the dazzling Manzeri Brothers, plus a younger set consisting of sisters, all of whom can ignite and audience...At the close on the night I attended, many in the process of departing up the aisles stopped in their tracks as the band played on, regaling the audience with a new barrage of solos and ensemble work. Those who had left don’t know what they missed. Take the hint."
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Broadway & Me
February 3rd, 2016

"The show is basically a cabaret act disguised as a musical memoir…This 90-minute revue is a link to those days when performers considered it a priority to give the audience a good time. Still, this isn't a show for everyone. People looking for an edgy evening or some sense of where musical theater is headed should look elsewhere. But others will, like me, enjoy this trip back to the past."
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The Huffington Post
January 11th, 2016

"Hines proves a charming presence…It's not just the celebrities or anecdotes Hines invokes. The beauty of this show is the song-and-dance numbers selected to punctuate his singular life…What's most wonderful about 'Tappin' Thru Life' is the joy Hines gets in retelling his career. His humor and warmth are infectious...The show is a celebration of tap, as well as a time and place in American history when true giants ruled the entertainment business."
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Simon SEEZ
January 12th, 2016

"This show may not be more than a gussied up Las Vegas styled lounge act, but its centerpiece Maurice Hines is a consummate song and dance man, an entertainer with a winning personality and an incomparable style that harks back to an era that has sadly disappeared...The band stand and setting gives the show a sense that we are back at the fabled Paramount Theatre on Broadway. A really good feeling for a really good show."
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M
January 11th, 2016

"At age 72, Maurice Hines radiates an impeccable showmanship that makes his Off-Broadway autobiographical show a non-stop pleasure. The production offers generous helpings of Hines’ skilled, nimble dancing, expressive jazz singing and his warm and ingratiating personality, as he skips blithely over his life and his career…The narrative, written by Hines, stays pretty much on the surface…Nevertheless, the show has a goodly share of emotional moments."
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New York Theatre Guide
January 13th, 2016

"Tap dancing is about joy and you can feel his joy when Maurice Hines steps onstage. He hits every mark with high energy and style in a seamless performance that transports the audience to his world for 85 toe-tapping minutes."
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T
January 24th, 2016

"A good part of what makes 'Maurice Hines Tappin’ Thru Life' so memorable is the great generosity Hines shows toward those who helped him on the way to becoming such an iconic song and dance man...This nostalgic revue takes us back to the time when a performer’s best friends were his tappin’ shoes and his smile."
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American Theater Web
January 13th, 2016

"Directed with smoothness by Jeff Calhoun. Oftentimes resembles the sort of loosely constructed one-man performance one might find in a cabaret venue...Further setting the show apart from cabaret is Hines’ backing, not just some small three to five piece combo, but a thrillingly brassy nine-piece ensemble...Ultimately, the headliner needs only his innate charm to capture audiences’ hearts, but for any holdouts, these other dancers cinch the deal."
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Z
January 13th, 2016

"'Maurice Hines, Tappin’ Thru Life' is billed as a show, but the performance has more of a concert feel to it, with Hines shining his million dollar smile while playing with the audience. But with his seasoned showman skills, this is not necessarily a bad thing. There is never a dull moment in the 85 minutes, and audiences leave the theatre in a visibly happy mood."
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TheaterScene.com
January 21st, 2016

"Charming, elegant, confident, delightful, and engaging: pick an adjective that basically says, 'How Cool Was THAT,' and it’ll apply to Maurice Hines in 'Tappin’ Thru Life'...A feel-good evening of song and dance."
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Epoch Times
January 17th, 2016

"At 72, Maurice is a remarkably spry dancer, and he is also a likeable singer and entertaining raconteur…To prove that the future of tap dancing is secure, Hines brings on a brother act, John and Leo Manzari, and they are later joined by two sisters, Devin and Julia Ruth. All are impressive, but none of them managed to outdo Mr. Hines…The show benefits from an onstage top-flight jazz band…'Tappin’ Thru Life' is a class act all the way."
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The Washington Post
November 24th, 2013
For a previous production

"It’s frankly schmaltzy, and it’s barely written — it zips through selected moments of Hines’s life, creating a mood more than telling a story. Patrons not smitten by the show’s throwback music might find 'Tappin’ ' a trifle thin. But Hines rarely chooses songs you don’t want to hear, and the anecdotes seem to gush out of him. When he finally lets his feet do the talking for a few rhythmic minutes near the end, it’s a pleasure to be in the company of a shameless, ebullient vaudeville heart."
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Theatermania
December 2nd, 2013
For a previous production

"A show that is elegant, heartwarming, and most of all, classy...A tender glimpse into the Hineses rise to fame and a touching tribute to a brother. It is a fun night of song, dance and, perhaps most importantly, class. Aima Hines would be proud."
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BroadwayWorld
May 10th, 2014
For a previous production

"The show is a celebration of the life of Maurice Hines, his brother Gregory, and their parents who Maurice fondly remembers throughout the show...And throughout the show, Hines, now a young 70 years old, expresses sheer joy in entertaining his audience, singing and dancing with a passion from deep within his soul. You can't help but be pulled into the magic!"
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BroadwayWorld
June 6th, 2014
For a previous production

"'Maurice Hines Is Tappin' Thru Life,' is a personable concert which is more a Vegas act than a play. Audiences anticipating 90-minutes of non-stop dancing may be frustrated. Some might question why CPH is doing a 'touring' show rather than producing its own product and why they stage these one-person bio-musicals. Whatever. The majority of the audience will come and enjoy themselves."
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BroadwayWorld
November 23rd, 2013
For a previous production

"While 'Tappin' Thru Life' does have some flaws, it's hard to find anyone who isn't won over by Hines showmanship, humor, timing and above all else, talent...Even though there are terrific moments onstage, Hines, who conceived 'Tappin' Thru Life,' has not done a good job at structuring and pacing the overall show."
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BroadwayWorld
September 29th, 2015
For a previous production

"'Tappin' Thru Life' sets a new bar for autobiographical, one-man shows...Joyful, poignant, funny, and touching, Maurice Hines takes the audience through an interactive tap dance down memory lane as he recalls (mostly through song) his decades in show business...There is not a more entertaining evening to be had. Grab your tap shoes and head on over to the box office before it is too late."
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Talkin' Broadway
November 25th, 2013
For a previous production

"Maurice will celebrate his 70th birthday in December, and he still has the charisma and flash that will keep an audience satisfied...The 95-minute show isn't only about him, to be sure: Maurice recounts stories of his parents and brother, and showcases newer practitioners of the art of tap, along with a noteworthy nine-piece orchestra."
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Stage and Cinema
May 10th, 2014
For a previous production

"Some will be entertained and leave it at that. For those craving an in-depth and insightful look at an entertainer who appeared on stage alongside the greatest acts of the twentieth century, you won’t get it here. Heartfelt, slick, calculated, breezy, and optimistic to the point of sugary, the show is a chronological survey with multi-media...His spirit is the real thing. But the show itself feels like snake oil, the effect of which will depend on the person swallowing it."
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DC Theatre Scene
November 22nd, 2013
For a previous production

"In fact it was sixty-five minutes into the show before the first big tap dance number got featured. Secondly, if you came for a plot that marshals you through Maurice’s stage career of more than six decades, well that wasn’t there either. A skeleton of a plot was there...Director Jeff Calhoun has got some powerhouse performances on the stage, even if we might wish for more tapping in the first half and specifically more tapping from Hines. "
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N
October 10th, 2015
For a previous production

"He obviously wants to wow an audience in a thematic revue. And he’s put together several of them. They all have the same problem. They overreach. Rather than entertain with the finesse that is part of his being, Maurice wants to amaze, to knock your socks off. In revue after revue, the effort is too great. Maurice tries so hard to please, it look as if he’s begging for approval...In 'Tappin’ Thru Life,' Maurice repeats the mistakes of his past ventures."
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Grigware Reviews
May 10th, 2014
For a previous production

"An upclose, personal evening of stories, song and dance by one of the most talented tap dancers in the business, Maurice Hines. Hard to believe that this legendary performer is over 70; he moves like he's 20 or younger. This is an amazing entertainment...Guided by dynamic, fast-paced, pull-out-all-the-stops direction, the 90-minute show goes by in a flash."
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MD Theatre Guide
November 24th, 2013
For a previous production

"Overall Maurice Hines is 'Tappin Through Life' is a lively and sometimes touching look at a man who has been entertaining us for a long time. If Hines and his director Jeff Calhoun can just add a little more tap into the proceedings, it will balance the show while showing us for a little longer what Hines is known around the world for, being one of the words finest tap dancers."
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W
November 22nd, 2013
For a previous production

"Whether it’s his charm, his charisma, his showmanship, or the obvious, palpable pleasure he takes just from being on a stage in front of an audience, Maurice Hines is irresistible...You could sell this show on the songs alone...To hear the star’s stories, and to share in his infectious enthusiasm, even for an evening, is a joy. 'Tappin’ Thru Life' is escapism of the best kind: happy, heartfelt, and most of all, Hines."
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Atlanta INtown
April 17th, 2014
For a previous production

"The show is a snappy, sentimental 90 minute journey with the star and memories of working with the most famous people in the business...He may not sound like Sinatra (who does?), but he surprises with lovely musicianship and stage presence and charm like you wouldn’t believe. He’s a consummate entertainer."
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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
April 11th, 2014
For a previous production

"In his lovingly performed career retrospective, 'Tappin’ Thru Life,' Hines makes a case that he’s the last of the great vaudevillians...A glibly fascinating compendium of singing, dancing and storytelling...Sassy, charismatic and ever-upbeat, the husky-voiced Hines narrates the contours of his biography by pairing personal anecdotes with emotionally charged jazz standards...A near-perfect tribute to his rich and rhythmic life."
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ArtsATL.com
April 16th, 2014
For a previous production

"Elegant, timeless, classic, and possessing the seasoned showman’s ability to step on stage and create an environment that’s simultaneously intimate and communal, the dancer, singer and actor with a long and storied career is currently headlining a revue that focuses on his performing life. Although the structure and pace of 'Tappin’ Thru Life,' are far from perfect, the show is charming, mainly due to the experience and instincts of its star, and I think audiences will enjoy the evening."
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Philadelphia Inquirer
September 23rd, 2015
For a previous production

"If the show makes it to New York, I can imagine some changes being made. It now contains a few gimmicky elements that entertain but aren't well-integrated into the biopic story line...Yes, their performances add a vaudevillian quality that breaks up the 90-minute biopic. But when it comes to Hines' life and the era in which he performed, I wanted only to hear and see more of this consummate entertainer, wherever I can."
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Examiner
December 2nd, 2013
For a previous production

"In 'Maurice Hines is Tappin’ Thru Life,' the great hoofer distills all of the best elements of old fashion 'showbiz' into a delightfully entertaining ninety minute time capsule...Hines may be a great dancer and a serviceable singer, but what he is without peer these days is a Showman. It’s not always the steps, it’s how you sell the steps, and Hines coaxes laughs and cheers with just a glance at the crowd while his feet, existing in their own world, move a mile a minute."
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W
November 25th, 2013
For a previous production

"It was not great. It was phenomenal. Less a traditional theatrical format and more a tribute to some of the greatest talents in American music history, 'Tappin’ Thru Life' reminded me of a multi-mode art installation, the likes of which are rarely seen on stage anywhere...An experience unmatched by the celebrity performers today. This is true talent, raw and simple."
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Macaroni Kid
April 16th, 2014
For a previous production

"In 'Tappin’ Through Life,' there are lots of fascinating tales about encounters with Lena Horne, Pearle Bailey, Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra and many more show-business legends... This show is part night-club, part Broadway. The content is family friendly, but the pace is not for the youngest set unless they are jazz fanatics...'Tappin’ Through Life' is mostly Hines and his rich voice and agile feet. Hines draws the audience in with his heart-felt story. You’ll feel you’ve made a friend."
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Washington Life Magazine
November 25th, 2013
For a previous production

"Hines is a crowd-pleaser, and he is backed up by the outstanding nine-member, all-female DIVA Jazz Orchestra and they make the evening work...The 90-minute show — fortunately with no intermission to deflate the musical mood — has some especially poignant moments when Hines talks about his mother and her influence on her two talented boys."
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C
June 6th, 2014
For a previous production

"The melodic, poignant production is a loose homage to colossal talents who gave the Hines Kids...I won't quibble with the meandering structure...The absence of a strict chronology, while biographically frustrating, gives the evening an air of spontaneity...It's a feeling that matches the furious, fabulous improvisation of Hines, John and Leo Manzari...That structure also serves Hines's delightful patter."
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Cool Cleveland
June 6th, 2014
For a previous production

"Maurice Hines and his brother Gregory performed with show biz greats: that pretty much sums up what 'Maurice Hines is 'Tappin’ Thru Life' is all about. Director Jeff Calhoun and Hines have created a review in the simple sense of the word. Hines looks again how he and his brother Gregory got their start, who they knew, and where they danced. There’s little personal drama, but plenty of evidence of hard work, persistence, and–oh yes–loads of talent."
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DC Metro Theater Arts
September 20th, 2015
For a previous production

"Incredible tap dancing sprinkled in between impressive name-dropping performance stories and emotional personal anecdotes...While most of the show is an encaptivating Hines, the overall ensemble helps to bump this show up a notch...Everyone on that stage is having a blast, so everyone in the audience follows suit."
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W
November 29th, 2013
For a previous production

"He’s not doing anything revolutionary in the fond family memoir 'Maurice Hines Is Tappin’ Thru Life'—and it’s a pretty solid stretch to call it an exercise in theater—but as a music-fueled stroll down memory lane, the show’s plenty agreeable...Mostly upbeat and mostly tissue-thin, but then this isn’t meant to be a searching self-portrait."
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DC Metro Theater Arts
November 22nd, 2013
For a previous production

"From his magnificent storytelling, to his smooth vocal stylings, to his crisp and rhythmic tap steps, Hines is pouring his heart and soul onto the stage with beauty and honesty...The storytelling involved in the evening is really the piece de resistance of the performance...If you’re looking for a waltz down memory lane through storytelling, song, and dance, with a host with personality for days, do not miss 'Tappin’ Thru Life.'"
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T
November 22nd, 2013
For a previous production

"All great shows need to have a perfect combination of romance, humor, warmth and great music. 'Maurice Hines is Tappin’ Thru Life' has it all. From the first pound of the drums to the last bright notes played from his all female orchestra, Maurice Hines and company take the audience on a journey in words and music through his fascinating life."
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S
November 22nd, 2013
For a previous production

"Hines’ autobiographical revue is big on nostalgia…The music is immeasurably enhanced by the nine-member all-female Diva Jazz Orchestra. This brassy virtuoso ensemble is great…Hines’ cabaret patter is heavy on name-dropping. The names are accompanied by anecdotes or at least comments...Sometimes the reminiscences amount to a dusty and faded scrapbook. At other times the memories are powerful."
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P
April 14th, 2014
For a previous production

"Maurice Hines along with his back up orchestra, the Divas, creates an intimate experience mixed in with stories from the golden age of entertainment. Static names come to life...All along the energetic Hines mixes it up with song and dance, simply tappin’ thru his extraordinary life...This show is celebratory, tender, moving, and funny, it is a joy to watch and Maurice Hines is simply too fabulous for words."
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Examiner
June 5th, 2014
For a previous production

"He tells very good stories…some comical…some poignant...He dances as good as most twenty-one year olds. In short, 'Tappin’ thru Life' is a marvelous journey that spans the career of two of the greatest dancers to ever to hit the boards. Before you know it, the ninety minutes have flown by and you are left wishing for more...With a cast this great there was never even a hint of a missed cue, word or step. It is as perfect as it gets."
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S
December 25th, 2013
For a previous production

"While the music in the show was popular with my parents' generation (Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Lena Horne, Judy Garland, etc.), my feet did tap from time to time with some of the songs. Hines engages the audience and it shows that he truly enjoys every moment of the performance. At 70+ years old, Hines still has some moves!"
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