ASU-Beebe presents ‘Untapped’

BEEBE — The Arkansas State University-Beebe 2022-2023 Lecture-Concert Series will present “Untapped: Tap in Technicolor” at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 16, in the Owen Center theater on the Beebe campus, located at 1101 West College Street. The concert is free admission and open to the public.  

Untapped is based in Little Rock and is Arkansas’s first and only professional tap dance company. Their mission is to educate, engage and entertain through the art form of tap dance. Untapped showcases the rich and diverse tap dance culture and history through performances and educational workshops performed for countless audiences all over the state. 

Matt Boyce, of New Jersey, founded the organization in 2013.  Boyce was formerly involved with two distinct tap dance companies: an educational nonprofit group and a strictly performance-based group. He was inspired by these two separate experiences to create an organization that combines the aspects of both groups. For more information about Untapped, view their website at   

The 2022-2023 Lecture-Concert Series will also present the Big John Miller Band on April 20 at the Heber Springs Performing Arts Center.

For more information about ASU-Beebe and its programs, call .501.882.3600, or visit