Forever Tango Ends Mexico City Run Oct. 6

News   Forever Tango Ends Mexico City Run Oct. 6
 
Following its highly successful limited engagement in July at Mexico City's Teatro Alameda, the North American touring company of Luis Bravo's Forever Tango's return engagement, which began at the new Teatro Alameda 2, which began Sept. 22, concludes Oct. 6.

Following its highly successful limited engagement in July at Mexico City's Teatro Alameda, the North American touring company of Luis Bravo's Forever Tango's return engagement, which began at the new Teatro Alameda 2, which began Sept. 22, concludes Oct. 6.

The new Teatro Alameda 2 is located next door to the Teatro Alameda 1, and both venues are owned and operated by Mexico's broadcasting emporium, Televisa.

Broadway's Forever Tango opened June 16, 1997 at the Walter Kerr Theatre for a limited run that was supposed to end Aug. 9, 1997, but then was extended several times before announcing an open-ended run which was later transferred to the Marquis Theatre, where the show finally closed Aug. 1, 1998, after over a year on Broadway.

The passionate tango revue features 14 dancers, one vocalist and an 11-piece on-stage orchestra.

Designing Tango are Luis Bravo (lighting), Argemira Affonso (costumes), Tom Craft (sound) and Jean-Luc Don Vito & Marian Torre (make-up). For information and tickets call Boletel at (52-5) 422-2077.

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