Feb 18, 2017
The history of America is as beautiful and endearing as much its narrative can be ugly and traumatic. Journalist Brian Seibert's What the Eye Hears: A History of Tap Dancing is an exploration of those contradictions as seen through the lens of tap. The talent. The culture. The ups and downs. The indignities. A New York Times dance critic and features writer, Brian's epic tome is both timeless and (sadly) contemporary in its sensitive, incisive portrayal of race in America. Fourteen years in the making, What the Eye Hears easily takes it place as the deﬁnitive account of a classic art form.
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