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Michael Everett

Michael Everett, based in New York City, acquired a background in tap while studying at Oklahoma City University as a Dance Performance Major. There he found the opportunity to train with tap masters such as Arthur Duncan and Robert Reed, and performed for crowds such as those at the Flo-Bert Tap awards in New York City.

After gaining his degree, Michael spent time at sea performing on Norwegian Cruise Line singing and dancing.  Before making the transition to New York City he found himself touring with the international sensation 'Riverdance' performing as one of two American tap dancers in the Trading Taps number.

Michael is currently cast in 'Sophisticated Ladies', where he pays homage to the music of his great uncle and legendary jazz musician Duke Ellington. This showcase describes the pioneering life of Duke Ellington while featuring a collection of his greatest works.

Kelly Issac

At age 4, Kelly Isaac started tap dancing in the Washington DC metropolitan area. At the age of 13, he started his professional carrier as a tap dancer. Some of his credits include “Riverdance - The Tour”,  “A Stormy Weather Review”, and “National Tap Dance Day” with Gregory Hines. Kelly has also worked with the cast of” Swing” with performances in the Waldorf Astoria in New York and the show “A Man For All Seasons, Tribute to Dudley Moore" in Carnegie Hall. His inclusion in the Broadway hit “Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in' Da Funk” gave Kelly the opportunity to work intensively with Jason Samuels-Smith, Savion Glover and Ted Levy.  Kelly has also had the privilege of working with Henry LeTang, Harold Nicholas of the Nicholas Brothers, and Diane Walker, among many other legends of tap while performing and teaching in over 30 countries worldwide.

Solomon Jaye

Solomon Jaye has opened for countless musical acts, including Pop Star, Robin Thicke at the SunFest Music Festival, in Palm Beach, Florida. Other recent performances included sets in Las Vegas at the famed Palms, Rio, and Gibson Showrooms.  Jaye performed live with Mindi Abair at San Diego's renowned Jazz Club, 'Anthology'. He headlined in featured performances with GRAMMY winners Pentatonix (from NBC's Sing-Off). Harnessing his theatrical background Jaye starred as Seaweed J. Stubbs in Royal Caribbean's Hairspray: The Musical.

Jaye studied Voice as a Bachelor of Musical Theatre at Oklahoma City University. Jaye trained as a tap dancer under Heather Cornell (Director of the Manhattan Tap Ensemble), and Robert Reed (founder of the annual Robert Reed St. Louis Tap Festival).

Solomon Jaye is currently performing as a South Florida-based artist. With a bright future ahead, Solomon Jaye is a solo Headliner for Princess, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, and Holland America cruise lines through Don Casino Productions. For more information, visit www.SolomonJaye.com

 
 

 

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