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Tap That II: The Reckoning!

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TAP THAT II: The Reckoning!


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Ever see the terminator…

And think, what that needs is MORE TAP DANCING!!!

If so, boy do we have the show for you!

In 2007 The Magniloquents exploded onto the Wellington dance/theatre/comedy fusion scene with their sold out tap dancing epic "Tap That". Audiences begged for more so that is what they are getting!

The Magniloquents return in Fringe 08 with Tap That II: The Reckoning! Tap That II is more powerful, more explosive, with more high energy tap genius than ever before.

Tap That II uniquely combines dance and comedy, not unlike strawberries and champagne. It is this fresh attitude that will leave people stamping their feet and panting for more…and that's how The Magniloquents like it!

The Magniloquents have dusted off their tap shoes and mixed hours of practice, litres of sweat and multiple groin strains to birth Tap That II: The Reckoning.

They are dying to wow Wellington audiences again with their mad skills, good looks and their shiny shiny outfits. It’s tap dancing like you have never seen before!

“More of the Magniloquents please”
– Dierdre Tarrant (Footnote Dance Company), Capital Times, Sept 2007

TAP THAT II: The Reckoning!
BATS theatre, Kent Terrace
Feb 11-14 8pm
Tickets $16/$12/$10
Email: book@bats.co.nz
Phone: 04 8024175
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