He Who Dances on Wood (Fred Nelson) has found his joy on a piece of wood. Tap dancing. It's a great story and worth a watch because of Mr. Nelson's eloquence and accommodating philosophy. And, although I know it isn't true, that there are still many dance schools teaching tap dancing-- such as the wonderful Steps on Broadway-- I love the symbolism in this video that, for me, suggests the art form of the hoofer has gone underground, that aside from ageless guys like Ben Vereen, it is practiced only by old black men who still remember the dances of their heritage.
Multi-hyphenate with a penchant for writing.