Forever Tango Dances Out of San Francisco Dec. 31

News   Forever Tango Dances Out of San Francisco Dec. 31 Forever Tango, the Broadway revue which traced the history and forms of Argentina's best known and sexiest dance form, ends its holiday return to San Francisco, Dec. 31. Performances began Dec. 20 at Theatre on the Square, where the show first found itself back in 1994.

Forever Tango, the Broadway revue which traced the history and forms of Argentina's best known and sexiest dance form, ends its holiday return to San Francisco, Dec. 31. Performances began Dec. 20 at Theatre on the Square, where the show first found itself back in 1994. From Theatre on the Square, where it ran 92 weeks, Forever Tango made its way through Europe, Japan and the United States, settling on Broadway in June, 1997, where it ran more than a year. Created by Luis Bravo, Forever Tango features popular Argentine songs and forms of the tango, taking the dance from its beginnings at turn-of-the-century bordellos to the steps the world recognizes today.

Dancing Forever Tango are Carlos Vera, Laura Marcarie, Carlos Gavito, Marcela Duran, Luis Castro, Claudia Mendoza, Cesar Coelho, Karina Piazza, Oscar Mandagaran, Natalia Hills, Sandra Bootz, Gabriel Ortega, Jorge Torres and Gullermina Quiroga.

Tickets are $45-$35 with special prices for New Year's Eve. Theatre on the Square is located at 450 Post Street. For reservations, call (415) 433-9500. Forever Tango is on the web at http://www.forevertango.com.