The renowned tap dance show Tap Dogs comes to the Mother Lode Theatre, 316 W. Park St., at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15.
It is the first of the theater’s five Broadway shows of the 2012-13 season. Tickets are main floor, $62; mezzanine, $56; balcony, $52; and students in balcony, $16. Call the theater for detail, 723-3602.
Tap Dogs made its North American debut at Montreal’s “Just For Laughs” festival in August 1996.
The show then played to critical acclaim on a limited North American tour prior to an engagement in New York City, where Dein Perry earned a 1997 Drama Desk nomination for “Best Choreography” and the show received a 1997 Obie Award.
Tap Dogs went on to be featured in the movie Bootmen, directed by Dein Perry and inspired by his Tap Dog experiences. Since its debut, Tap Dogs has toured extensively throughout North America, Europe, Australia, the Far East and South Africa.
The 2012 North American touring company includes: James Doubtfire, Mackenzie Greenwell, Donovan Helma, Anthony LoCascio, Dominic Mortezedah, Chaise Rossiello, Anthony Russo, and Matt Saffron.
For more information, visit www.tapdogs.com.