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Luis Bravo's tango extravaganza returns to Broadway for a summer engagement.

Luis Bravo's Forever Tango Will Dance Back to Broadway This Summer

Luis Bravo's Forever Tango Will Dance Back to Broadway This Summer
Gilberto Santa Rosa
Latin dance revue 'Forever Tango' will play Broadway for the third time.

Luis Bravo’s acclaimed Latin dance revue Forever Tango will return to Broadway this summer. Forever Tango will play a 10-week engagement at the Walter Kerr Theatre, with performances running from July 9 through September 15. An official opening is set for July 14. Five-time Grammy Award winner Gilberto Santa Rosa will star as the first special guest star for the initial three weeks of the engagement. Future vocalist casting will be announced at a later date.

Forever Tango traces birth of salsa music and dance of 19th-century Buenos Aires to its more modern manifestations. The new incarnation of the production, featuring 16 dancers and an 11-piece orchestra alongside the vocalist, will launch on Broadway before heading out on a U.S. and international tour.

Created and directed by Bravo, Forever Tango originally opened on Broadway in 1997, when it played the Walter Kerr and Marquis Theatres for 14 months and earned a Tony nomination for Best Choreography. The production returned to Broadway’s Shubert Theater for a limited four-month engagement in 2004.

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