Tutting Like an Egyptian

New AGO exhibit for the golden king revives an 80s dance craze

Just in time for the AGO’s King Tut: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs exhibition, running until April 18, 2010, Mark Cabuena from Toronto dance crews Grand Illusion and For the Funk of It show’s us how to dance like an Egyptian.

Tutting, a modern interpretive dance style developed in the 1980s closely related to popping, highlights the body’s ability to form geometric positions and movements through stop-and-go motions. Go ahead, give it a try.


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