John K. Williams, "Mr. Tap"

“Mr. Tap” comes to Colorado from Harlem New York. He is the creator of the “Original Tap Dance Barre” Harlem Mix Tap Dance Style. He is a singer, dancer, actor, model/musical theater performer. He holds his Associates of Arts Degree in Education/Speech & Drama and a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. He has appeared in several theater, commercial, Dance, Film and television productions. Just to name a few, PBS Special “Jazz for Orchestra”, with the Colorado Symphony & Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble. Bourbon Street Brass: Straight Up with the Denver Brass & the Hot Tomatoes Dance Orchestra, How We Got Over(From The Spirituals To Duke Ellington) with The Spirituals Project Choir& Orlando Otis & His Jazz Orchestra, The Wiz, “In the House of Blues” at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He has appeared on the Animal Planet Television Series of “Busted”. John, “Mr. Tap” has studied tap dance with Mary Bruce, Betty Ryer, Henry Le Tang, Gene GeBauer and Laurie Johnson. Mr. Williams is featured in the Business Journal of “In the Black” as Denver’s Own “Mr. Tap”.

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