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DECEMBER 3 - 11, 2021

How many days has it been now?

When does the ending begin?

QuaranTango is a show about survival, solitude, strength and hope.

Inspired and born out of pandemic life, QuaranTango is a multimedia experience with video projections, live music and dance. See what it means to tango in isolation, while finding yourself again.

Presented by the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago and Tango 21 Dance Theater. 

Created, written and choreographed by Jorge Niedas & Liz Sung

Original tango compositions by Ann Cusack

Trent Oldham (vocals)

Bob Solone (piano)

Ann Cusack (bandoneon)

Rion Klawinski (bandoneon)

Tango 21 Dance Theater Ensemble: Pablo Acosta, Victoria Caputo, Arturo Diaz, Rion Klawinski, Dawn Krajcik, Kate Migon, Ben Medina, Lloyd Natof, Jorge Niedas, Liz Sung. 

All seating is first come first served.

All patrons MUST remain masked while indoors regardless of vaccination status. Proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test is required for all audience members, and will be checked upon arrival. For people with a medical condition or children under 12, patrons must provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of event. By purchasing a ticket, you acknowledge and voluntarily agree to assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and other communicable diseases. 

Not comfortable going back to the theater yet? QuaranTango will be live streamed for one night only. 

Show will be live streamed and only accessible during showtime starting at 7:30 pm. Instructions and link will be emailed to you at least 30 minutes before showtime, and can be watched from your computer, tablet, or laptop.

If you are feeling unwell, stay home! Please contact us at info@tango21.com ASAP to either donate your ticket, receive a refund, or exchange for a virtual stream. 

 

Thank you for your support! We can’t wait to see you at the show!