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Burn the Floor

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Closed January 3, 2010

HEART-POUNDING! Splendid dancing and gorgeous dancers.

David Cote, Time Out New York

Why See Burn the Floor?

Burn the Floor takes a modern (and sexy) look at ballroom dancing, updating it with jive, tango, swing, samba and other genres.

Inspired by a performance at Sir Elton's 50th birthday party, this dance extravaganza has taken its energy and passion around the world and finally arrives on Broadway.

Dates:
Previews from: 25 July 2009
Opened: 02 August 2009
Closes: 03 January 2010

Audience: This show is not suitble for children under the age of 12. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted into the Longacre Theatre

Run Time: Two hours and 15 minutes, which includes one 15-minute intermission

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Opening night: 25 July 2009

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Anna: “WOW!”

My husband and I did not believe so much energy existed. This was the... more

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