Theatre Flamenco de San Francisco
El Cruce de Lenguajes (World Premiere)
Date and Time: Sunday, June 3, 6:00pm
Duration: 100 min, no intermissions
Location: Gallery 308
Early Bird: $15
General Admission: $25
General Admission at the door: $25
Reserved Table Seating: $30
Reserved Table Seating Front Row: $35
If you miss our early bird offerings, take advantage of our Festival Pass and see five shows for $75.00
El Cruce de Lenguajes (the crossing of Languages) has been created by Artistic Director Carola Zertuche for the San Francisco International Art Festival. The show features guest Artists from Spain, Mexico, South America, India and the USA. This production explored the common ground of humanity that is reflected in the art of flamenco.
Theatre Flamenco of San Francisco is one of the oldest dance companies in the Bay Area.
Founded in 1966 by Adela Clara, Theatre Flamenco was conceived during a flowering of cultural pride in the60′s that led to the revival of Latino arts; the Company’s purpose was to fill what was then a dearth ofSpanish dances in the Bay Area.
Theatre Flamenco was the first American dance company to stage full productions of Spanish dance in theU.S., and is one of the oldest dance companies in California. Every year since its inception TheatreFlamenco has presented a home season of performances in San Francisco. Over the years, TheatreFlamenco has served as a beacon of cultural pride, a reservoir for the diverse traditions of Spanish culture,and a vital source for artistic collaboration.
Theatre Flamenco uses a traditional yet innovative approach to flamenco to enrich and inspire the artcommunity and general public. We produce richly imaginative thematic shows utilizing the talents of localand international artists; we teach and mentor the younger generation and maintain strong ties to thetraditional dance communities of Spain. Theatre Flamenco’s productions showcase premiere talent, vividdance imagery, and flamenco’s living lineage to enchant audiences and ignite a passionate response.”