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218 West 48th Street, New York, NY 10036
Ended 15 Sep 2013 after 47 days
A super, sexy, steamy show! Don't miss it!
Created and directed by Luis Bravo, FOREVER TANGO was voted Best Touring Musical by Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle in San Francisco where it played an unprecedented 92 weeks at the Theatre on the Square and has returned season after season. Truly an international event, FOREVER TANGO was also awarded the coveted Simpatia Prize at the 1996 Spoleto Festival in Italy.
Forever Tango originally opened on Broadway in 1997, receiving numerous Drama Desk and Tony Award nominations. It returned to Broadway for a four-month engagement in 2004.The popularity of tango has exploded all over the world. Sensuous and sophisticated, the tango is a feeling that you dance. A story is channeled through the flick of the leg, the tug of a hand, the tap of a foot, and the arch of an eyebrow. It's passionate, yet melancholic. Tender, yet violent. You dance it with somebody, but it is so internal, you dance it by yourself.
A host of celebrity guest stars will feature on certain performances, including Gilberto Santa Rosa, Luis Fonsi, as well as Karina and Maksim from Dancing with the Stars!
Opening night: 30 July 2013
Closing night: 15 September 2013
Suitable for ages 16 and over.
Celebrity guest performances are as follows:
Gilberto Santa Rosa - July 9 to July 28
Luis Enrique - July 30 to Aug 18
Luis Fonsi - Aug 20 to Sept 1
Karina and Maksim - July 9 to Aug 11
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