Forever Tango, Luis Bravo's internationally acclaimed dance spectacular. The show, which traces the history of tango through music, dance and dramatic vignettes, features an all Argentine cast. The show's first production number recalls the early home of tango in the brothels of Buenos Aires, the women appropriately attired for their trade, the men suited in gangster mode. Each dance unfolds a three-minute story. A Broadway show about the history of tango, tales of conquest, resistance, tension and sexual desire. Choreographed by Luis Bravo. Bandoneón: Lisandro Adrover, Hector del Curto, Jorge Trivisono, Miguel Varvello
Forever Tango Dancers:
Cesar Coelho, Diego DiFalco, Claudio Villagra, Carlos Gavito & Marcela Durán, Jorge Torres & Karina Piazza, Hector Mayoral & Elsa Maria Borquez, Miriam Larici & Claudio Villagra, Hugo Patyn, Carolina Garcia, Luis Castro & Claudia Mendoza, Carlos Vera and Laura Marcarie, Guillermo Merlo and Cecilia Saia, Gabriel Ortega and Sandra Bootz, Pedro Calveyra and Nora Robles, Oscar Mandragan and Natalia Gomez Hill.
Other illustrated tangopages:
Dance interpretations on Gallo Ciego
Walking the tango rhythm
Dance is a physical need
Tangovals Milena Plebs Ezequiel Farfaro
Online Tangolessen videoclips videolessen updated
Carlos Gavito and Maria Plazaola
Showclips Forever Tango - great milongueros
Selected YouTube TangoVideos:
1. TangoClass - instructional vídeos - TangoLessons
2. Milonga and Candombe dancing
3. Tangovals clips - Tango waltzing - Valse - Tangowals
4. Various Great Tangoclips Online fast internet access needed
5. Fast Links to Selected Tango Dance Vidio Updates
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1. Of, relating to, or suitable for dramatic performance, the theater or salle de spectacle, corrales de comedias, Teatre Virtual. To put into dramatic or theatrical form; dramatize, l'art de la représentation dramatique. Broadway, Entertainment.
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3. Stage performances or a stage performance, especially by amateurs. Affectedly dramatic gestures or behavior; histrionics: a deliberate display of emotion for effect, a theatrical pose.
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Theatrical adjective Also, theatric. 1. pertaining to the theater or dramatic presentations: theatrical performances. 2. suggestive of the theater or of acting; artificial, pompous, spectacular, or extravagantly histrionic: a theatrical display of grief. 3. theatricals, dramatic performances as given by amateurs; artificial or histrionic actions.Theatricality, staginess, an artificial and mannered quality, theatrically dressed. 4. Fake and exaggerated, not genuine, for public exhibition. Theatrical behaviour, theatrical makeup, face powder, make up pencils for clowns and mimes. Theatrical lighting, sound, scenery, and special effects for performing arts. Theatre curtain: a hanging cloth that conceals the stage from the view of the audience; rises or parts at the beginning and descends or closes between acts and at the end of a performance.