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Tap Dogs Will Make Some Noise at the Morrison Center

Tuesday, Oct. 23 through Thursday, Oct. 25



Tap Dogs is an all-male dance group hailing from Australia that puts on a performance about the hard life of the average group of workmen, all the while showcasing the precision and talent required of tap dancers. The show has been described as "sexy, fast and fabulous" by the San Francisco Chronicle, which we are pretty sure is strikingly similar to the plotline for Magic Mike.

Tap Dogs will perform at The Morrison Center from Tuesday, Oct. 23-Thursday, Oct. 25, and while a new British cast will take the place of the original Australian group, there should still be some thunder from down under--meaning the thundering sounds of the dancers' tap shoes, you pervs.

Water is used extensively throughout the performance and the first two rows are likely to get splashed, which is why attendees in this section will be provided ponchos.

The show is said to fuse the construction site with the theater and a rock concert and premiered at the Sydney Theatre Festival in 1995. Its near two decades in existence and sold-out shows make it clear that plenty of audiences are excited to "tap that."


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