The U.S. Postal Service unveiled its 42nd stamp in the Black Heritage series honoring famed tap dancer and actor Gregory Hines.

A ceremony to unveil the stamp took place Monday at Peter Norton Symphony Space in Manhattan. Guests at the event included Hines’ brother, Maurice, and tap dancers Savion Glover and Jason Samuels Smith.

Hines promoted the entertainment traditions of tap dancing for a younger generation and is credited with renewing interest in tap during the 1990s.

The stamp features a 1988 photograph of Hines by Jack Mitchell that shows him smiling and on one knee in a red blazer and gray pants.

The former actor, dancer and choreographer is featured with one foot raised to show the taps on the bottom of his shoe. Art director Derry Noyes designed the stamp.