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San Francisco Conservatory of Music
between Van Ness and Franklin 50 Oak Street San Francisco, CA 94102
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486 events
259 reviews
165 stars
Great new venue; be4 concert, talked with intern for Nadia of NCCO, so he knew lots
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"It Takes Two To Tango"
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3.0 average rating
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102 events
30 reviews
17 stars
attended Jul 30 2010

Bland predictable and totally NOT synchronized choreography - gratuitous butt shakes were also not subtle or cute/funny. Poor lighting and spoon-fed "interpretation" of pieces. I really want to say something nice about the performance though so...continued

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27 reviews
35 stars
attended Jul 31 2010

Shocking in its lack of professionalism, lame in its choreography, this show could only be classified as enthusiastically amateurish. It was a complete disappointment.

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4 reviews
6 stars
attended Jul 31 2010

I have to agree this was a self-indulgent wet dream for Bryon the creator. I don't know why he thinks he can sing, maybe because he can no longer dance? The Brokeback number was a waste of time even as short as it was. The real talent was the...continued

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Read more about this event at the SF Gay Nightlife Examiner.


Noted male dance troupe Man Dance Company presents its summer show, It Takes Two To Tango, which combines the energy of competitive ballroom dance with the lyricism of ballet. The Man Dance Company will be joined by by International Latin Dance champion Roby Tristan, ballroom stars Chelsea Wielstein and Eric Koptke, and many other special guest dancers. The show is comprised of several short dance pieces, culminating in the title piece, a love story that crosses gender and racial barriers.