7 Improvisational “Tricks” That You Need To Know

Thu, Mar 13, 2008

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It’s no secret that I am a big fan of improvisation in tap dancingas I often refer to myself as an improvisational tap dancer. Before I ever took a tap class, the movie “Tap” inspired me to want to improvise.

Over the years I have developed “exercises” to expand my skills as an improvisational tap dancer and “tricks” to help students like you learn it more easily!

A little over a month ago I wrote a post entitled, “The Horrible, 4-Letter Word That Keeps You From Improvising” where I discuss the main thing that is keeping you from even trying to improvise in the first place.

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. George L. Panzak Says:

    Hi Terrence:

    I hope all is going well for you today.

    I just discovered your website and found it simply fascinating!!!

    I am a tap/hoffer enthusiast and student out of Pittsburgh, PA.

    I too met with Ted Levy and the late great Gregory Hines.

    I have many questions to ask you, and also feel immensely inspired by the movie “Tap” as you stated in your website. I plan on becoming really good and inspire children about this magnificant art form.

    I look foward towards receiving your 7 part mini course.

    Thank you kindly for all your efforts and considerations.

    Sincerely yours in Health & Strength,
    George L. Panzak

  2. Taps Says:

    Thanks for coming through George. I hope you enjoy the mini course and definitely keep in touch!

    Good luck with your desire to work with children!


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