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“Una maravillosa combinación de tango, historia y emoción para una velada alucinante” al ritmo de la música de Santaolalla
— Stage Door
|Scenic Design||Riccardo Hernandez|
|Costume Designer||Clint Ramos|
|Lighting Design||Vincent Colbert|
|Sound Designer||Peter McBoyle|
|Projection Design||Peter Nigrini|
|Sound Mixer||Rodrigo Merolla|
|El Puma||Carlos Rivarola|
|El Duende||Adrian Rizzo|
|Juan/Dance Captain||Juan Cupini|
|Music Director/Pianist||Alejandro Kauderer|
|Double Bass/Ronroco||Pablo Martin|
|Stage Manager||Katie Ailinger|
The American Repertory Theater is pleased to present Arrabal, with a book written by John Weidman, music by Gustavo Santaolalla / Bajofondo, choreographed by Julio Zurita, and directed and co-choreographed by Sergio Trujillo. May 12 - June 18, 2017.
The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University has scheduled its remaining access performances for the 2016/17 Season including American Sign Language (ASL), open captioned, audio described, and sensory-friendly performances for select shows.
A.R.T. Subscribers, Members, and Student Members: Log into your account for discounts. Tickets from $25
Need to know
Performance will include a preshow mini tango lesson for audiences on a first come, first serve basis.
Performance includes simulated smoking, haze, flashing lights, and loud noises including gunshots.
Recommended for grades 7 and up.
Prepared middle- and high-school students will find Arrabal an engaging and accessible introduction to the genre of tango music and dance. The deeper political themes of the performance, based on historical events, includes mature themes of violence and sexuality.
Arrabal is a dance/theater piece with English surtitles. There will be no designated Open Captioned or ASL interpreted performances.
Arrabal is a dance/theater piece with English surtitles. There will be no designated Audio Described performances.
Post-performance discussions will follow matinee performances on Saturday, May 20 (2PM); Wednesday, May 24 (11AM); and Saturday, May 27 (2PM).
Produced in association with Truworthy Productions.