Forever Tango -- Broadway's Long-Running Dance Spectacular
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The last date listed for Forever Tango was Sunday February 19, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Eat at the Hotel's Leatherneck Steakhouse before the show, even on a Sunday when there is only the bar menu...excellent... If u have time be sure to visit the museum & library on the 11th floor...very much worth the time!The Big Gay Comedy Show dining • Apr 14 2014 star this tip starred
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Russian native recognized for her Latin and Ballroom styles, Anna Trebunskaya was born to parents who were professional ballroom dancers. Anna started dancing at age six in the studio owned by her parents, entered her first dance competition at age seven and won, and was introduced to American viewers in Season Two of Dancing With The Stars. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet Ms. Trebunskaya in one of her most passionate performances of the season—Forever Tango!
Created and directed by Luis Bravo, Forever Tango features a world-renowned cast of dancers and musicians who bring an intoxicating sense of excitement and passion to the stage. Through music and dance, the production traces the tango’s colorful history, from turn-of-the-century Buenos Aires bordellos to its acceptance into high society. Sensuous and sophisticated, the tango inhabits a world where everything can be said with the flick of a leg, the tug of a hand, the tap of a foot and the arch of an eyebrow.