Already closed | 1h 0m | Midtown W

Untapped!

From 5 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Disappointing, Delightful, Confusing, Edgy

About the show

New Victory Theater presents a rhythmic extravaganza of sight and sound as these Expert Hoofers extend tap into wild territories how Fred Astaire might have performed if he had joined a hip hop crew. More…

Serving up a mix of urban tap, street style and hip sounds and overlaid with a healthy dose of self deprecating Aussie humor, 'Untapped' will introduce some sassy girls into the mix. The gals will bring their punk rock demeanor and angelic feet to the stage with seamless ease and dexterity, giving the blokes a run for their money. Witness the synchronized & extremely comical flip flop & flipper tap; audiences will leave with a serious respect for the creative capacity of this tireless cast.

1h 0m | Already closed | The New Victory Theater (Midtown W)


February 8th, 2016
"If a show’s success can be measured by the number of happily shrieking children in the audience, then 'Untapped!' was a big hit...Is choreographic invention too much to expect from family entertainment?...On the other hand, if that’s what it takes to get youngsters enraptured with dance, so be it."
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February 7th, 2016
"'Untapped!' is a cheap and cheerful, mildly rowdy show which puts a spring in one’s step...The overall aesthetic of 'Untapped!' is a bit hoot and holler, a bit of cheese but is not an untalented affair...'Untapped!' is not for everyone...but it deserves commendation for providing an accessible, ...
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November 15th, 2011
for a previous production "The New Vic's latest offering is more high-energy concert than plot-filled theater performance—but what lacks in storyline, it makes up for in wholly engaging athletic and vocal feats...'Untapped' isn't without its share of laugh-inducing moments...kids and adults alike will walk away with serio...
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November 14th, 2011
for a previous production "A superbly entertaining 60-minute show for all ages...The show puts forth a fresh style of tap dancing that's strong, contemporary, and highly virtuosic yet propelled by a loose, easy, natural energy...The show provides a stimulating and educational introduction to tap dance."
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