The Class Act Tap Company
The Class Act Tap Company was founded in 1986 and is a service organization of 40 women who serve North Texas as volunteers by giving tap dancing shows free-of-charge, totaling more than 3,100 shows in the past 35 years. The age range of the members is 57 to 87 and the shows are the members’ civic work, community work, charity work, volunteer work, and besides – they are a lot of fun.
The members of Class Act give over 150 performances a year and perform at a wide variety of venues and for many groups including shows for veterans, seniors, corporations, charities, schools, and churches. With a wide repertoire of “glitzy” costumes and “pizzazzy” dance routines, they customize their shows for specific groups and occasions including many shows each year during the Christmas season. Class Act performs every year in the Spectacular Follies at the Eisemann Theater in Richardson. Among the more than 3,100 shows are performances in a theater in Branson, Missouri, at the Gene Autry Museum in Oklahoma, and at the Ms. Senior America pageant in Atlantic City, NJ.
For more information or to book a show, contact Mary Sue Thornton at 214-415-8623 or firstname.lastname@example.org.