Mike Minery Mike Minery has established himself as one of the finest tap dancers, and esteemed dance educators working today. Early in his career he was featured at The Supper Club on Broadway in the 1940's swing revue "This Joint is Jumping". Mike has also performed throughout the world with the internationally acclaimed touring company Manhattan Tap. Mike was seen in Footprints Tap Jam in Chicago, an Equity Cares Fight AIDS production "Zoot Suit Strut" and was a soloist in the "Tap Extravaganza" at Town Hall Theater in Manhattan. He has created his own tap company, “Tapaholics”, which debuted at the famed Duke Ellington Theatre in New York City and has performed on countless stages, including an appearance on the Tony Danza Show. Mike is not only a performer, but a highly sought choreographer and teacher as well. He has choreographed pieces for many tap companies around the world including Manhattan Tap, The New Jersey Tap Ensemble and the North Carolina Youth Ensemble. Most recently Mike choreographed “Tap: The Show”, which is running at the Music Box Theatre in Hershey Park. Among his accolades include being named the 1997 World Tap Champion and a recipient of the Princess Grace Dance Fellowship Award. In addition to teaching and performing across the United States, Mike is the Director and Choreographer of SLIDE, a tap workshop and off-Broadway show.

 

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Mike Minery Mike Minery has established himself as one of the finest tap dancers, and esteemed dance educators working today. Early in his career he was featured at The Supper Club on Broadway in the 1940's swing revue "This Joint is Jumping". Mike has also performed throughout the world with the internationally acclaimed touring company Manhattan Tap. Mike was seen in Footprints Tap Jam in Chicago, an Equity Cares Fight AIDS production "Zoot Suit Strut" and was a soloist in the "Tap Extravaganza" at Town Hall Theater in Manhattan. He has created his own tap company, “Tapaholics”, which debuted at the famed Duke Ellington Theatre in New York City and has performed on countless stages, including an appearance on the Tony Danza Show. Mike is not only a performer, but a highly sought choreographer and teacher as well. He has choreographed pieces for many tap companies around the world including Manhattan Tap, The New Jersey Tap Ensemble and the North Carolina Youth Ensemble. Most recently Mike choreographed “Tap: The Show”, which is running at the Music Box Theatre in Hershey Park. Among his accolades include being named the 1997 World Tap Champion and a recipient of the Princess Grace Dance Fellowship Award. In addition to teaching and performing across the United States, Mike is the Director and Choreographer of SLIDE, a tap workshop and off-Broadway show. Go Back >
Mike Minery Mike Minery has established himself as one of the finest tap dancers, and esteemed dance educators working today. Early in his career he was featured at The Supper Club on Broadway in the 1940's swing revue "This Joint is Jumping". Mike has also performed throughout the world with the internationally acclaimed touring company Manhattan Tap. Mike was seen in Footprints Tap Jam in Chicago, an Equity Cares Fight AIDS production "Zoot Suit Strut" and was a soloist in the "Tap Extravaganza" at Town Hall Theater in Manhattan. He has created his own tap company, “Tapaholics”, which debuted at the famed Duke Ellington Theatre in New York City and has performed on countless stages, including an appearance on the Tony Danza Show. Mike is not only a performer, but a highly sought choreographer and teacher as well. He has choreographed pieces for many tap companies around the world including Manhattan Tap, The New Jersey Tap Ensemble and the North Carolina Youth Ensemble. Most recently Mike choreographed “Tap: The Show”, which is running at the Music Box Theatre in Hershey Park. Among his accolades include being named the 1997 World Tap Champion and a recipient of the Princess Grace Dance Fellowship Award. In addition to teaching and performing across the United States, Mike is the Director and Choreographer of SLIDE, a tap workshop and off-Broadway show. Go Back >
Mike Minery Mike Minery has established himself as one of the finest tap dancers, and esteemed dance educators working today. Early in his career he was featured at The Supper Club on Broadway in the 1940's swing revue "This Joint is Jumping". Mike has also performed throughout the world with the internationally acclaimed touring company Manhattan Tap. Mike was seen in Footprints Tap Jam in Chicago, an Equity Cares Fight AIDS production "Zoot Suit Strut" and was a soloist in the "Tap Extravaganza" at Town Hall Theater in Manhattan. He has created his own tap company, “Tapaholics”, which debuted at the famed Duke Ellington Theatre in New York City and has performed on countless stages, including an appearance on the Tony Danza Show. Mike is not only a performer, but a highly sought choreographer and teacher as well. He has choreographed pieces for many tap companies around the world including Manhattan Tap, The New Jersey Tap Ensemble and the North Carolina Youth Ensemble. Most recently Mike choreographed “Tap: The Show”, which is running at the Music Box Theatre in Hershey Park. Among his accolades include being named the 1997 World Tap Champion and a recipient of the Princess Grace Dance Fellowship Award. In addition to teaching and performing across the United States, Mike is the Director and Choreographer of SLIDE, a tap workshop and off-Broadway show. Go Back >
Mike Minery Mike Minery has established himself as one of the finest tap dancers, and esteemed dance educators working today. Early in his career he was featured at The Supper Club on Broadway in the 1940's swing revue "This Joint is Jumping". Mike has also performed throughout the world with the internationally acclaimed touring company Manhattan Tap. Mike was seen in Footprints Tap Jam in Chicago, an Equity Cares Fight AIDS production "Zoot Suit Strut" and was a soloist in the "Tap Extravaganza" at Town Hall Theater in Manhattan. He has created his own tap company, “Tapaholics”, which debuted at the famed Duke Ellington Theatre in New York City and has performed on countless stages, including an appearance on the Tony Danza Show. Mike is not only a performer, but a highly sought choreographer and teacher as well. He has choreographed pieces for many tap companies around the world including Manhattan Tap, The New Jersey Tap Ensemble and the North Carolina Youth Ensemble. Most recently Mike choreographed “Tap: The Show”, which is running at the Music Box Theatre in Hershey Park. Among his accolades include being named the 1997 World Tap Champion and a recipient of the Princess Grace Dance Fellowship Award. In addition to teaching and performing across the United States, Mike is the Director and Choreographer of SLIDE, a tap workshop and off-Broadway show. Go Back >
Mike Minery
Mike Minery has established himself as one of the finest tap dancers, and esteemed dance educators working today. Early in his career he was featured at The Supper Club on Broadway in the 1940's swing revue "This Joint is Jumping". Mike has also performed throughout the world with the internationally acclaimed touring company Manhattan Tap. Mike was seen in Footprints Tap Jam in Chicago, an Equity Cares Fight AIDS production "Zoot Suit Strut" and was a soloist in the "Tap Extravaganza" at Town Hall Theater in Manhattan. He has created his own tap company, “Tapaholics”, which debuted at the famed Duke Ellington Theatre in New York City and has performed on countless stages, including an appearance on the Tony Danza Show. Mike is not only a performer, but a highly sought choreographer and teacher as well. He has choreographed pieces for many tap companies around the world including Manhattan Tap, The New Jersey Tap Ensemble and the North Carolina Youth Ensemble. Most recently Mike choreographed “Tap: The Show”, which is running at the Music Box Theatre in Hershey Park. Among his accolades include being named the 1997 World Tap Champion and a recipient of the Princess Grace Dance Fellowship Award. In addition to teaching and performing across the United States, Mike is the Director and Choreographer of SLIDE, a tap workshop and off-Broadway show. Go Back >
Mike Minery
Mike Minery has established himself as one of the finest tap dancers, and esteemed dance educators working today. Early in his career he was featured at The Supper Club on Broadway in the 1940's swing revue "This Joint is Jumping". Mike has also performed throughout the world with the internationally acclaimed touring company Manhattan Tap. Mike was seen in Footprints Tap Jam in Chicago, an Equity Cares Fight AIDS production "Zoot Suit Strut" and was a soloist in the "Tap Extravaganza" at Town Hall Theater in Manhattan. He has created his own tap company, “Tapaholics”, which debuted at the famed Duke Ellington Theatre in New York City and has performed on countless stages, including an appearance on the Tony Danza Show. Mike is not only a performer, but a highly sought choreographer and teacher as well. He has choreographed pieces for many tap companies around the world including Manhattan Tap, The New Jersey Tap Ensemble and the North Carolina Youth Ensemble. Most recently Mike choreographed “Tap: The Show”, which is running at the Music Box Theatre in Hershey Park. Among his accolades include being named the 1997 World Tap Champion and a recipient of the Princess Grace Dance Fellowship Award. In addition to teaching and performing across the United States, Mike is the Director and Choreographer of SLIDE, a tap workshop and off-Broadway show.
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