Knock On Wood Tap Studio

6925 Willow Street, NW
Suite 101
Washington, DC 20012

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Tappers With Attitude, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization 

that is home to:

Knock On Wood Tap Studio & Capitol Tap

Inclement Weather Policy

Knock On Wood Tap Studio mostly follows Montgomery County Schools for weather closings. HOWEVER, it is always best to check here on our website and/or call the studio, as we will post same-day notices if the studio is closed.

SPRING CLASSES 2015 - Registration now online!

Spring Session will run from Saturday 3/14 through Saturday 6/6 (10 weeks).

NOTE the later start dates for Tuesday/Thursday classes. Register now!


Saturdays 3/14 through 6/6 (no class 4/4, 4/11, 5/23)

Mondays 3/16 through 6/1 (no class 4/6, 5/25)

Tuesdays 3/24 through 6/2 (no class 4/7)

Thursdays 3/26 through 6/4 (no class 4/9)


  • Technique for Tappers: Sundays in March:  3/8, 3/15, & 3/22 (plus 3/1 class postponed until April 19)
  • Swing Dance for Tappers: POSTPONED until MAY 3

Click here for details and registration information. Also check Events on Facebook!

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Knock On Wood Tap Studio

Need Studio Space?

Studio rental available! If you or someone you know needs a place to teach class, or hold rehearsal or events... please contact us for details!

Currently, our space is also used by Capitol Tap (our resident tap company); Young at Heart (adult tap performance group); Dance Addition (teen jazz/modern dance); Foggy Bottom Morris Men (men's English Morris dance group); and Shannon Dunne Dance (Sean-nos Dance - Irish).

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(Photos on this page by Enoch Chan, Margaret Loomis & Jeff Kenton)
(Photos on this page by Enoch Chan, Margaret Loomis & Jeff Kenton)