“A PURO TANGO” is a fascinating joyride which expresses the best of traditional and contemporary tango that demonstrates a commitment to travel with the spectators through worlds of love, hate, passion, heartbreak, fights, fears, eroticism, sensuality, feelings which well describes Tango aesthetic. Transforming the human essence into dance turning it into a powerful tool of communication. Tango is filled with affection, love, and personal expression. The feeling of the dance of intertwined bodies. The human seduction turned into movement. The encounter between two worlds. The exhibition of the beautiful dance aesthetics that surrounds the universe.
The mission of the Alliance is to advocate on behalf of a strong Latino sector within New York’s competitive nonprofit theater and performing arts fields. To its membership, the Alliance provides a common platform for leadership development, strategic resource sharing, and building brand visibility. Member organizations are longtime theater companies running a full range of performance and education programs in Spanish and English. Together, the consortium serves a diverse and growing audience from all five NYC boroughs and the greater metropolitan area. All segments of this population — including largely underserved youth and the elderly — benefit from affordable access to new and classical theater works, cultural heritage preservation, and public dialogue. These ongoing accomplishments have earned the Alliance membership numerous merit and media recognitions at the local, national, and international levels.Quick Facts
Founded 1994, Lower East Side, NYC Photo: Entremeses de Cervantes, 2009 Tel. 1-212-505-1808
(Instituto Arte Teatral Internacional, Inc.) Founded 1968, Lower East Side, NYC Photo: Performing Arts Marathon Festival, 2010 Tel. 1-212-505-6757
(Latin American Theater Experiment and Associates) Founded 1982, Lower East Side, NYC Photo: They Call Me La Lupe with Lauren Velez, 2011 Tel. 1-212-529-1948
Founded 1979 and 1967 resepectively, The Bronx, NYC Photo: The Harlem Hellfighters On A Latin Beat with Danny Rivera, 2010 Tel. 1-718-585-1202
Founded 1968, Manhattan, NYC Photo: Dignidad Education Program, 2010. Michael Palma Tel. 1-212-225-9999
(Sociedad Educativa de las Artes, Inc.) Founded 1985, Lower East Side, NYC Photo: ¡Viva Pinocho! A Mexican Pinocchio, 2009 Tel. 1-212-529-1545