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Longacre Theater

220 West 48th Street

Two hours and 15 minutes, including one 15 minute intermission

August 2nd, 2009

Broadway Dance

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Burn The Floor tickets provide an absolutely enchanting and mesmerizing dance show in which avid spectators keep sitting on the edge of their seats for about two hours while watching it. This is not a one-off phenomenon, rather has been going on for the past decade at various locations throughout the world. The electrifying performance of a few artists under the able guidance of Jackson Gilkison has kept the audiences enthralled. Packed houses have welcomed the show wherever it has been performed.

Brief History

Burn The Floor started off as a 20-minute entertainment program for the 50th birthday celebrations of Elton John in 1997. Subsequently it was expanded into a 2-hour full-length evening dance extravaganza and has been entertaining spectators all over the world for the past ten years. The nightclub movie numbers of yesteryears seem to be vividly presented as the motivating force in the presentation of this dancing splendor.

The Splendor Of Its Content

It is in part a reminiscence of cabaret numbers that lured the spectators forty to fifty years back and partly it reminds one of the scintillating shows of Las Vegas. Basically, it is an amalgam of various ballroom dances that have been performed with unassailable perfection by a bevy of top-class dancers who have many awards to their credit. Burn The Floor comprises of a few waltz numbers in between Latino dances and a bit of Lindy, Swing and Jive. It also has two sexy singers who keep the audience spellbound throughout the show. Each dance and song number leaves the audiences wanting more, unable to restrain themselves from getting up and dancing.

This mind blowing show is replete with sexy beats, alluring music, rhythmic dances, amazing body movements, body-hugging and scant costumes, and extremely attractive young bodies that stir up the fantasies and imagination of the spectators. Its popularity is easily on the same wavelength as that of the TV shows- ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and ‘Dancing With the Stars’. Two of its prominent dancers, Karina Smirnoff and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are originally from the show ‘Dancing With the Stars’ and spectators simply can not control their emotions once they appear on the scene. Ricky Rojas and Rebecca Tapia, two wonderful vocalists, sing the intimate love songs that beseech the audience to elate over their magical performances.

Among all the enchanting dance numbers of Burn The Floor, a simple waltz number by a husband-and-wife team stands out prominently. The swirling dance movements of Rebecca and Damon Sugden give the impression that they are soaring high up and floating in the air. Damon in a tux and Rebecca in a fluffy white gown give ballroom dancing a new meaning altogether.

Getting To See The Show

The rave reviews that Burn The Floor have garnered made it a must-see show for everyone. Wherever the show has been performed, the theatres have recorded full attendance and people scramble for getting tickets. Much before the show’s arrival in any city, tickets are sold out much to the consternation of those who are unable to get a chance to see the show.

Tickets Information

Burn The Floor tickets are selling at the box office for between $59.50 and $111.50 at the box office. premium seating and sold out shows are running between $83.00 and $285.00. Click the link to View All Of Our Burn The Floor Tickets Online!

Show Times

Wed & Sat 2pm
Sun 3pm

Tue 7pm
Wed through Sat 8pm


The Longacre Theater is located at 220 W 48th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue New York, NY 10036.


Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Karina Smirnoff
Henry Bayalikov
Sharna Burgess
Kevin Clifton
Sasha Farber
Jeremy Garner
Anya Garnis
Gordana Grandosek
Patrick Helm
Sarah Hives
Melanie Hooper
Peta Murgatroyd
Giselle Peacock
Sarah Soriano
Damon Sugden
Rebecca Sugden
Damian Whitewood
Trent Widdon
Robin Windsor


Direction and Choreography - Jason Gilkison
Scenic Design - Ray Klausen
Costume Design - Janet Hine
Lighting Design - Rick Belzer
Sound Design - Peter J. Fitzgerald

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