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Dance Wed Jul 07 2010

"JUBA! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance"

Derick Grant by Joanne Chan 3.7MB.jpgFor dance lovers who've been feeling the dry spell that the summer months often bring to the local performance scene, you're about to get your thirst quenched. The Chicago Human Rhythm Project will present "JUBA! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance," August 4, 5, and 7 at the Museum of Contemporary Art. CHRP carries on the tradition of tap dance in America, celebrating the heritage of the art form and fostering its continued development in the community through education and scholarships for young tappers, and year-round performances. This year's "JUBA! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance" will showcase the abundant talent of CHRP. No two performances the same, each show will feature different sets of performers and repertoire. The final presentation with feature BAM!, CHRP's resident ensemble, as well as other popular Chicago tap ensembles, including the Cartier Collective, Chicago Tap Theatre, Jump Rhythm Jazz Project, Jus'LisTeN, and MADD Rhythms.

Performances take place at 7:30 pm, Wednesday, Aug. 4, Thursday, Aug. 5, and Saturday, Aug. 7. CHRP will present all three shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave. Tickets to the "JUBA!" performances are $30 for non-Rhythm World participants, and are selling out quickly. To reserve yours, or to find out more about CHRP, visit, or call 773-281-1825.

Photo by Joanne Chan.

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