Tap has evolved as an American dance form, popularised throughout the world, with debate about its origins coming from African dance, Irish dance and/or clog dancing. The dancer uses their feet to strike the floor, beating out different rhythms, with dancers wearing tap shoes which have small metal plates on the toe and heel to give the distinctive sound. Tap dance is a theatrical art form often seen on stage in musicals.
Changes to Licentiate and Fellowship Entry and Requirements (with effect from January 2016)
Download the Tap Dance syllabus from the theatre dance syllabus page.
ISTD dancewear for the Tap Dance Faculty is available for dance teachers and schools to purchase through International Dance Supplies.
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A Tap demonstration by Eilidh Ross and two ISTD students at Move It 2015.
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