Mexican Dance Show

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Mexican Dance Show
Reasons to book this ACT
  • The unexpected & diverse Mexican Dance Spectacular!

  • A visual feast that combines both the traditional and contemporary

  • Combines Spanish Flamenco, pre-Columbian and African music

  • The “most ambitious” original Mexican production in decades

  • Based in Mexico & available to perform at events worldwide

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Mexican Dance Show is a spectacular showpiece featuring more than 20 dancers on stage followed by a series of diverse and unique performances.

With a live music band on platforms, beautiful costumes and a set based on white, black and red themes, this spicy Mexican dance music extravaganza and grand stage production is a visual feast that combines both the traditional and contemporary. Any audience will be in awe of the energy!

Inspired by the world famous Riverdance, and the project’s strong artistic potential, the stage production was commissioned and brought to life. Employing Mexico’s top professionals in music, dance, design and stagecraft to turn the idea into reality.

The result is a lavish production stylised from a series of musical vignettes that appear widely different from one another; only later does one realise that they all tell the same story…

The music is a combination of original compositions and traditional songs, Folk Mexican, Flamenco, Contemporary, Cuban and Classical dance genres. Critics have called the performance “most ambitious “ and the “most relevant” original Mexican production in decades.

A Dance performance not to be missed!

“The show connects Mexican folklore with contemporary dance: A synthesiser and a harp achieve the goal. On the same hand, the Broadway show plays irreverently with the songs of the famous Bjorn Ulvaeus and places them in a context of contemporary lightness. Both concepts are hard to accomplish.”
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