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The last date listed for Forever Flamenco was Saturday January 18, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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The voice of today's generation, the Arthur Miller of the Millennials, is a young playwright named Tarell Alvin McCraney. A member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Co. and a MacArthur "Genius Grant" winner, McCraney is just 33 years old and already the author of plays destined to remain in the theatrical repertory for decades -- starting with his trilogy, The Brother/Sister Plays. Now, following their acclaimed production of the trilogy's first play, In the Red and Brown Water, Fountain Theatre stages the second piece, The Brothers Size. Coming home to the Louisiana bayous, the Size brothers strive for a fresh start. But as they struggle to find a new sense of freedom, they wrestle with issues of sexuality, coming of age, and family. Director Shirley Jo Finney returns to direct this Los Angeles premiere. Learn More
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This show was outstanding! It was vibrant and alive with the music, the dancing, the soul. Each dancer was performed her craft with amazing agility and lightning quick steps. It left me breathless. And the music, both guitar and vocals, were...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“The Fountain has certainly cemented its stature as L.A.’s most significant venue for flamenco.” -LA Weekly (Pick of the Week)
“Being the sensual, intimate art form that it is … the way you feel after a Forever Flamenco performance is pretty darn fabulous.” _-L.A. Splash_
November 11, 2012: Flamenco superstar Timo Nunñez is joined by dancers Briseyda Zarate, Clara Rodriguez and Corrie Jimenez (“La Canela”); singer Jesus Montoya; guitarist Gabriel Osuna; and percussionist Joey Heredia. Check out a video of Timo Nunez on YouTube.
With only 78 seats in four rows, the Fountain is the perfect place to view flamenco. Each show features a roster of world-class dancers, singers and musicians drawn from the rich pool of flamenco artists in Southern California, with additional guest artists brought from San Francisco, Albuquerque and Spain.