Tap Dance: Maurice Hines, Fred Nelson, Jason Rogers, and Travis Knights, Gardner Brothers
Fred Nelson dances on old piece of wood under a bridge in New York's Central Park. The simplicity of this act is a meditation on movement that captures the essence of what tap dancing is all about. Along with Jason Samuels we gain access into the world of and history of this true American art form. But who's roots influences can be traced as far back as Flamenco to Irish Step dancing and African Sabar.