Savion Glover a tap dancer and choreographer, and actor. His Broadway debut, at age 12, was in "The Tap Dance Kid," while his film debut, in 1989, was in "Tap," with Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis, Jr. He starred in the musical "Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk."
As with any movement of which its title and ideological thrust is foisted unwittingly and often unwarrantedly upon its supposed members, the Theater of the Absurd is as awkward and uneasy a fit for Eugène Ionesco's literary and artistic endeavors as they are for Samuel Beckett or Jean Genet
Meredith Monk's eclectic mix of movement, philosophy, musical
effects, and high theatrics has its roots in her smorgasbord
approach to dance training. Considered both a leading
Postmodern choreographer and a pioneer in
interdisciplinary performance, Monk draws on a varied education that included