We are tapping into the stories of the tap dances.
The legs are on a stage and the curtain is down.
There is a lot more than legs, there are shoes too.
They might walkout with wings.
The shoes are odd and they must be tap shoes.
If you like it, you can do something about.
Daphne likes two of the shoes.
Dan says it reminds him of tap-dancing when he tap-danced off the stage at the School of Arts.
It was at the church in West Wallsend, near Newcastle, he was thirteen or fourteen years of age.
Ron tap-danced on the big tank with a very soft shoe.
It was a very big tank with lots of waters in it and that is why it did not fall over when they stepped on the tap.
Ron was also a very proficient Old Time dancer.