Meet Jack Evans as he works to bridge the gap between theatre tap and rhythm tap at TDFUK 2018.
Read on to see what Jack has to say…..
What are you most looking forward to at TDFUK 18?
Seeing all the tap talent that the north has to offer.
To you, what makes TDFUK different?
It provides an international faculty that covers the full spectrum of tap dance styles.
Is there any advice you would give to anyone attending TDFUK18, or to any upcoming tappers/dancers?
80% of your practice should be on your own, in a studio, working out what you studied in class.
And finally, what can we expect from you at TDFUK? Why should we come to your workshop?
I’m trying to bridge the gap between theatre tap and rhythm tap; there does not need to be a compromise in sound or visual depending on your style.