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“The men dance with a power and passion that builds into a kind of ecstasy, after teasing us with their fierce solemnity…”
– Boston Globe
“The explosive Latino “Stomp””
– Sud Ouest
” …14 men of Che Malambo, an Argentine company founded and directed by the French dancer Gilles Brinas, and they sent the audience into uproarious applause.”
– New York Times
“I don’t know who enjoyed the performance more – the performers or the audience.”
– Berkshire edge

“Their drumming was a dance as well, as their arms lifted gracefully and then brought the sticks down on their “bombos” in impossibly fast-moving patterns.”
– Times Union
“From the initial ensemble groupings there was a peeling off to feature the most gifted drum and dance soloists. Each of these displays of astonishing skill were met with thunderous applause”
– Berkshire Fine Arts
“The closing number may have surprised even the most seasoned dancegoers: a thrilling display of malambo, a traditional dance of South American cowboys that doesn’t come around New York too often. Fourteen stomping, drumming, roaring men pounded rapid-fire rhythms into the ground with many surfaces of their feet — heels, toes, inside and especially outside edges — and with spinning boleadoras, floor-skimming stones attached to lassoes.”
– New York Times

“Che Malambo is a performance brimming with passion, commitment and talent. It is truly outstanding – a must for anyone interested in rhythm and dance.”
– MyVan City
“It was a sight to behold and hear. Each set was a series of rhythmic climaxes. It’s difficult to imagine someone watching them without blood and spirit stirring. If drumming is thought of as a display of primal instincts this goes back one step further. We saw rhythmic energy raw and vital, with lighting exactly right to keep the spectacular in total view. Percussion from clapping, drums, feet and lassos were lending us an imagined window to a rugged horseman’s soul.”
– Splash Magazine
“Whether dance is your thing or not, you will undoubtedly enjoy this explosive performance and the dancer’s genuine passion.”
– F News Magazine

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  • Run Time: 95 Minutes
  • Intermissions: 1
  • Parental Guide: Ages 8+

The Adrienne Arsht Center provides this information to help you make informed decisions when bringing young people to performances. These are recommendations – you are the expert in deciding what your children should see and know best how to help them enjoy their theatergoing experience. Every guest, regardless of age, must have a ticket; babies-in-arms are not admitted to any performance.

Monday, January 1

“The men dance with a power and passion that builds into a kind of ecstasy, after teasing us with their fierce solemnity…”
– Boston Globe

The Argentine based company, Che Malambo, excites audiences through precise footwork and rhythmic stomping, drumming of the bombos, and singing and whirling boleadoras (lassos with stones on the end). Presenting a thrilling, percussive dance and music spectacle, the company’s work celebrates the unique South American cowboy tradition of the gaucho.

This powerhouse all-male company of 12 gauchos is directed by renowned French choreographer and former ballet dancer, Gilles Brinas. Che Malambo brings fiery Malambo traditions and virtuosic dancing to the contemporary stage for an exhilarating and entertaining show that is perfect for the entire family. Danced solely by men, the Malambo began in the 17th century as competitive duels that would challenge skills of agility, strength, and dexterity. Zapeteo, their fast-paced footwork, is inspired by the rhythm of galloping horses in their native Argentina.

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