Besides Price, two other choreographers will infuse their performances with live drumming: Elena Garcia, artistic director of Miami's Iroko Afro-Cuban Dance Theater, will premiere the comical When Rumba Has a Creole Flavor. And renowned Haitian dance artist Louines Louinis will present Dahomey Zepol, an homage to the divinities rooted in vodou and yanvalou forms, plus a festive piece called Limbo Dance. Mariana Alvarez Brake has created Suite Espagnole, a classical ballet. Program director Tom Hagood will restage Some Lost, Some Found, his complex 1995 modern-dance duet. Throughout the show Katherine Kramer, a student of tap-dance legend Charles "Honi" Coles, will offer four short tap pieces that range from a classic soft-shoe to a Cuban son to a traditional swing.