The Kennedy Center

Millennium Stage

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Honors Tribute: Fred Astaire

12/2/2017 at 6:00 PM

Honors Tribute: Fred Astaire, one of the first Kennedy Center honorees in 1978, is known for dancing, acting, and singing across Broadway, musicals, and television in a career spanning more than 76 years. His legacy lives on today as shown through today’s dance community, as honored by Capitol Tap, District Tap, Knock On Wood Tap Studio, and Friends. 

Featured Artist(s)
Knock On Wood Tap Studio
District Tap
Capitol Tap

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P.A.F.E.

Learn about the goals and mission of the Performing Arts for Everyone initiative.

Conservatory Project

Music's rising stars from the nation's top conservatories performing in the Terrace Theater

Local Dance Commissioning Project

Providing funds to local dance artists for world premieres on the Millennium Stage.

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