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GALA Hispanic Theatre
at Park Rd. NW 3333 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20010
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If you want something to drink bring cash. They only accept cash
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It is best to take Metro. The Columbia Heights station is a 5 min walk.
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"Fuego Flamenco IX"
10 ratings
4.9 average rating
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8 reviews
18 stars
attended Nov 14 2013

I've been going to this festival for years and this may just be the best show yet. I highly recommend it!

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6 reviews
4 stars
attended Nov 15 2013

One word...WOW. I didn't want it to end!


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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Nov 16 2013

What a great show! The two dancers were amazing. During the 90+ minutes of the show, they kept dazzling the audience with their high energy footwork. Jose Jurado danced at one point without stopping until the sweat came through his blazer. It was...continued

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November 9-10, 2013: Uno Mas Uno

Created by Edwin Aparicio and Aleksey Kulikov for D.C.’s Flamenco Aparicio Dance Company, this world premiere work features dancers Norberto Chamizo from Spain, and Anna Menéndez and Genevieve Guinn from the U.S.

November 14-15, 2013: José Jurado and Isabel Rodríguez: Templanza

The dance duo of José Jurado and Isabel Rodríguez from Madrid are joined by musicians and singers from Spain in this world premiere.

About the Ticket Supplier: GALA Hispanic Theatre

Founded in 1976, GALA (Grupo de Artistas Latino Americanos – Group of Latin American Artists) Hispanic Theatre has long been a groundbreaking and energetic “theater wiht a different accent,” presenting classical and contemporary plays in Spanish and English, plus an accompanying program of dance, music, poetry, spoken word, art and, more recently, film.