New York-based Urban Tap
(pictured right) is bringing to Raleigh its acclaimed performance of Caravane
, a unique hybrid of free-style dance, percussion, music, and live video that has been referred to as "visual music." "Urban Tap finds comrades in any deep rhythmical recitation," says The Village Voice
. "You can almost see the diorama of the world speed behind the band." The director of Caravane
, Tamango, has been called, by Back Stage
magazine, "a 21st-century Renaissance man." See what all the hoopla's about when Urban Tap performs as part of the N.C. State University Center Stage series Oct. 29 and 30. Call 515-1100 for details.