Venue Details

48 Star Starred
The Wilshire Ebell Theatre
4401 West 8th Street Los Angeles, CA 90005
323-939-1128
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Member Tips

joyce
$5 across the street
info Oct 26 2009 star this tip starred
joyce
Pretty dressy because of the party at another location afterward
info Oct 26 2009 star this tip starred
joyce
You stand in line outdoors for seating
info Oct 26 2009 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Please do not sit people in the front AFTER show has started, especially on Open Seating situation.
info Oct 26 2009 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
$5 for self-park is on the high side.
info Oct 26 2009 star this tip starred
dj piano
Some people dressed very ice others very casual, anyhting goes on this one.
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Reviews & Ratings

19 ratings
2.9 average rating
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21 events
1 review
2 stars
attended Oct 25 2009

I was very disappointed. That was not a professional show. Nowhere in the add did it say that it is just an amateur dance show. Waste of time and money.

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5 reviews
1 stars
attended Oct 25 2009

As much as it pains me to admit this, I didn't enjoy this show as I expected. The opening number reminded me of a beginners dance class. The Flamenco dancers and singer... continued

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39 events
16 reviews
8 stars
attended Oct 25 2009

The dancing was nice though not completely professional. The show was only an hour which made the hour's drive hardly worth it.

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Website

http://www.primatango.com/main.php

Description

This is the history of an unexpected love. The relentless search for love that we all seek from the moment of birth. This is the story of two cultures and two worlds, coming together, defying codes and cultures of their ancestors. Flamenco and Tango, through the eternal drama of life’s passion renew themselves once more. From the agony of solitude two beings recognize each other and their souls join, despite the limits imposed by their respective cultures. She is the Flamenco, passion, fury and happiness. He is the Tango, exuding emotion and pride. Together they transform nostalgia into love, sadness into joy, and darkness into light. This is a story of love portrayed through Flamenco and Tango.