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Why these women love tap

Amanda Castro, with percussionist Senfu Stoney, performed in Ayodele Casel's "Chasing Magic" at The Joyce Theater in NYC.
(Courtesy of Kurt Csolak)
Amanda Castro, with percussionist Senfu Stoney, performed in Ayodele Casel's "Chasing Magic" at The Joyce Theater in NYC. (Courtesy of Kurt Csolak)

Tap dance has gone in and out of fashion in the U.S. But more women, including women of color, are taking the stage and putting their mark on the dance form.

Karen Michel spoke with tap dancers Ayodele Casel, Brenda Bufalino, and Amanda Castro about their love of tap.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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