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¡VIVA!

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¡VIVA! is a song to the freedom of movement, where the feminine is embraced as its own, from the masculine body, where gender roles, in a codified world like flamenco, are broken with joy and enjoyment, creating new terrains that, although unexplored, are not distant. A transformation that builds a body that we long for, through a characterization inspired by the flamenco woman, in order to enhance our way of expressing ourselves. A transformation that does not always imply a way of masking, but rather a nudity.  In a celebratory key, Liñán proposes the plurality of the dance, the different forms and the singularity of each of them. And he does it together with six dancers, who will be in charge of exploring and diving in this fascinating universe of the feminine, seen from the masculine, and thus exposing these two identities, which are part of our own nature. 

ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL THEATRE, NATIONAL HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER

$40, $50, $70, $85

 A note to our patrons: We wish to empower our audiences to make informed decisions about the art they enjoy. Please be advised that ¡VIVA! contains imagery that some patrons may find offensive (male performers dressed in feminine costumes). All content is the artistic choice of the choreographer(s). The National Institute of Flamenco is committed to presenting diverse artistic voices.