On Stage: A 1920s Halloween With Flapper Dresses And Tap Dancing
In this week’s installment of “On Stage,” we turn to the 1920s-inspired “Harlem Nights” in Chicago, which features a speakeasy, a soiree, a murder mystery and tap dancing — period dress required.
The tap dancing comes courtesy of the Chicago dance group M.A.D.D. Rhythms. (The acronym stands for “making a difference dancing.”) The founder and director of the group, Bril Barrett, joined Here & Now‘s Robin Young to discuss the group.
- Bril Barrett, founder and director of M.A.D.D Rhythms the dance group. He tweets @BrilBarrett.
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