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October 24, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES
With a flurry of tap steps, six women in T-shirts and leotards skip, leap and skim across a dance studio floor. "What are you doing?" laughed dancer/actor Gregory Hines. "It should be like this." Hines broke into a series of steps that set off a rainbow of percussive hues and colors. Hines is rehearsing members of Rhapsody in Taps for his new work, to be given first performances Friday and Saturday at the Japan America Theatre.
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October 26, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With a flurry of tap steps, six women in T-shirts and leotards skip, leap and skim across a dance studio. "What are you doing?" laughs dancer/actor Gregory Hines. "It should be like this." Hines breaks into a series of steps that set off a rainbow of percussive hues and colors. Hines is rehearsing members of the locally based company Rhapsody in Taps for his new work to be given its first performances tonight and Saturday at the Japan America Theatre.
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October 26, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With a flurry of tap steps, six women in T-shirts and leotards skip, leap and skim across a dance studio. "What are you doing?" laughs dancer/actor Gregory Hines. "It should be like this." Hines breaks into a series of steps that set off a rainbow of percussive hues and colors. Hines is rehearsing members of the locally based company Rhapsody in Taps for his new work to be given its first performances tonight and Saturday at the Japan America Theatre.
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October 24, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES
With a flurry of tap steps, six women in T-shirts and leotards skip, leap and skim across a dance studio floor. "What are you doing?" laughed dancer/actor Gregory Hines. "It should be like this." Hines broke into a series of steps that set off a rainbow of percussive hues and colors. Hines is rehearsing members of Rhapsody in Taps for his new work, to be given first performances Friday and Saturday at the Japan America Theatre.
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