• Ally Gavigan:
  • 07 January 2015

Today’s Irish Dancers Step Away From Stereotype

By S.J. Velasquez - NPR

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When Riverdance debuted 20 years ago, Irish step dancers — whether citizens of Ireland or any other country — looked, well, stereotypically Irish. The red-haired, freckle-faced lass doing a jumpy jig still comes to mind for many. But the All Ireland Dancing Championships, currently underway in Dublin, will show how that image no longer reflects the reality...

 

You can read the rest of this great article over at NPRs website.

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