Two on Tap, performing at National World War II Museum’s Stage Door Canteen on June 21-23, 2013, brings audiences back in time to the era when couples like Fred & Ginger and Mickey & Judy filled the silver screen with tight vocal harmony and precision tap choreography.
Classic songs, fantastic vocals, gorgeous costumes and exciting tap dancing mix for Two on Tap! Celebrated performers Melissa Giattino and Ron DeStefano pay tribute to the Great American Songbook and classic Broadway song-and-dance in this fun, lively, and fast-paced show that gets crowds singing and dancing along from their seats. Featuring sensational new arrangements of standards like “I Got Rhythm” and “Yes Sir, That’s My Baby,” as well as rousing favorites like “Sing, Sing, Sing” and “L-O-V-E,” Two on Tap uses fresh, original choreography to show how classic song-and-dance still endures and entertains.
(START) 4620 Loyola Ave. Down Loyola to Valence St. Right on Valence (STOP) 2551 Valence. Pick-up Queen & Court. Down Valence to 2636 Valence (BRIEF STOP). Continue down Valence, right on Magnolia St. (STOP) 3450 Magnolia. Pick-Up Bruno. Proceed down Magnolia to Louisiana Avenue. Left on Louisiana (STOP) Big Man’s Bar & Lounge. Down Louisiana Avenue Parkway to S. Dorgenois. Right on S. Dorgenois to Washingon Avenue. (STOP) Tapp’s Bar & Lounge. Proceed down Washington Avenue to (STOP) Purple Rain Bar & Lounge. Down Washington Avenue to Dryades. Left on Dryades (STOP) Sportsman’s Lounge. Down Dryades to First Street. Right on First St. to St. Charles Avenue. Right on St. Charles Avenue to Louisiana Avenue. Right on Louisiana with sharp left turn on Carondelet St. to LeRoux’s. Parade Disband.
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