You thought of Savion Glover, right? Most people probably did.
Savion is one of the most gifted, hardest-working dancers around — but don't think he hasn't been busting his rhythmically gifted butt to get where he is today. In fact, Savion made his way onto the professional dance scene when he was just 10 years old and auditioned for a Broadway show.
Now, the handsome hoofer (and Tony Award-winning choreographer, actor and director) is teaming up with tapper Marshall Davis, Jr. in a performance tribute to Gregory Hines and other noteworthy (translation: legendary) tap greats.
The show — SoLe SANCTUARY: A hoofer's meditation on the art of tap — debuts at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., March 30–31. Tickets are reasonably priced (get 'em for just $29!), so score yours today.
Oh and Savion, you can tap for us anytime, whether you're saluting tap legends, bringing in the noise and funk or channeling your inner tapping penguin. You rock.