1. A lively type of ballroom dance with many hops, runs, and jumps, and lots of momentum and rotation.
2. This legendary dancer, choreographer and actor famously tap-danced on the ceilings and walls of a room in the 1951 movie “Royal Wedding”.
3. Gene, of “Rain” fame.
4. Believe it or not, this ballroom dance was shocking when it was first introduced (even being referred to as “riotous” and “indecent” in the Oxford English Dictionary) but became fashionable in Vienna in the 1780’s.
5. In this this popular 1984 movie, a rebellious young man pushes the limits with his dance moves in a highly resistant small town.
6. This type of dance originated in Cuba, and the name comes from the Spanish word meaning “party” or “spree”.