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By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

 

Burn the Floor
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Universal 04/00 DVD/VHS Feature Film
Not Rated

"A human being is just that, energy, waves, patterns, rhythms. Nothing more, nothing less. A dance," writes Gabrielle Roth. Tribal people moved faster and deeper until they disappeared in the dance. It is possible to see just what that means in this dazzling production featuring 44 of the world's best dancers from 15 countries.

Here is ballroom dancing at its best, directed and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast. All of those who have thrilled to Riverdance and Lord of the Dance will want to experience this high-energy extravaganza. The program features dances including the waltz, cha cha cha, samba, rumba, jitterbug, salsa, tango, lindy hop, jive, and swing. Let these dancers transport you to a masked Viennese ball, a Spanish bullfight, or a World War II jitterbug celebration. You will feel the exuberance, the rhythm, and the vitality in each and every number.

 

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