Tap is a style of American theatrical dance using precise rhythmical patterns of foot movement that can produce varied sounds when using a variety of music compositions.

Tap (Grades K-1): Dancers will be taught how to follow directions, learn basic tap techniques, how to develop rhythm, and improve physical skills.

Gianna Eidel

Gianna Eidel

Gianna Eidel has always enjoyed performing, beginning with her introduction to the stage as a three-year-old in the Finger Lakes of the Montessori School’s year end production. Gianna has studied dance for twelve years and, in 2006, performed in the Merry-Go-Round-Playhouse production of The King and I. For many years, she has also been involved in a variety of summer shows and workshops at Auburn Public Theater. Gianna performed in the Skaneateles Summer Theater production of Shrek in 2014 and then at Skaneateles High School in 42nd Street in 2016. This summer, Gianna worked full time as a counselor at Lourdes Camp on Skaneateles Lake and is looking forward to bringing all she has learned and all of her experiences to her dance classes at Auburn Public Studio in September.