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The Tap Pack - Review

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by Shelley Mac (subscribe)
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Born out of admiration for the iconic "Rat Pack", a group of multitalented Australian stars created The Tap Pack. Blending tap with both modern and classic tunes, they created a high energy singing, dancing and comedy production that has played sell-out shows around the world including in London's West End, Edinburgh and at the Sydney Opera House.

The Tap Pack
Tap dancing, singing and comedy

The Tap Pack fuse sensational tap dancing with modern and timeless swing music and hilarious gags and banter. Performing in Perth at the Regal Theatre, the cast looked like they were having so much fun, as they sang, danced and joked, it was infectious and so, the audience smiled, giggled and laughed from beginning to end.

The Tap Pack
High energy and fun

The diverse show includes memorable routines by Gene Kelly, Sammy Davis Jnr and Fred Astaire, a Western-style gun shootout, competitions pitting old vs new favourite tunes, bar scenes and a thrilling, fast and furious improvised dance.

The Tap Pack
Smooth and slick tapping

The amazingly talented cast have combined their world-class tapping and smooth voices to accumulate stage, film and television credits and over 20 musical theatre productions between them.

The Tap Pack
Crooning in the style of The Rat Pack

The Tap Pack's production is a feel-good show that has all ages clapping, finger clicking and laughing.
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When: 5-6 July, 7.30pm
Where: Regal Theatre
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