Che Malambo at The Joyce Theater
The show-stopping, foot-stomping all-male dance company Che Malambo brings rich Argentinian traditions and rigorous dancing to the Joyce stage for an exhilarating show that is perfect for the entire family. A dance form practiced by gauchos, or South American cowboys, Malambo developed in the 17th century from competitive duels that tested agility, strength, and dexterity. Che Malambo brings this thrilling spectacle of percussive dance and music to life as its performers exude “a power and passion that builds into a kind of ecstasy” (The Boston Globe).
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