Theatre Flamenco San Francisco
Sin Tiempo/ Without Time
Date(s) & Time(s): Sun, Oct 24, 4:00 PM
Duration: 60 mins w/out intermission
Location: Dance Mission Theater (3316 24th Street)
Advance Price: $18 - $20
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Production DetailsSin Tiempo/ Without Time
Artistic Director, Carola Zertuche will create a new group show to mark Theatre Flamenco de San Francisco's performance at the Festival in Fort Mason. Widely regarded for her expertise and passion in the art of Flamenco dance, she is also a strict disciplinarian and will whip the company into shape in time for the show.Theatre Flamenco San Francisco
Founded in 1966, Theatre Flamenco of San Francisco is one of the longest, continually running flamenco performance groups outside of Spain. Theatre Flamenco of San Francisco exists to support the cultural enrichment of the San Francisco Bay Area through the presentation and promotion of flamenco, an art form that sprang from an international and rich mix of cultural and ethnic influences that converged in southern Spain. For 55 years Theatre Flamenco has been producing richly imaginative and thematic shows in collaboration with local and international artists, offering classes with world famous flamenco artists to students of all ages and abilities, and maintaining strong ties to flamenco artists around the world. Located in the vibrant Mission district of San Francisco, the company hosts monthly shows in its/studio performance space featuring world class local and international guest artists, and it also produces one annual home season in San Francisco. Theatre Flamenco of San Francisco is a non-profit organization that receives funding from government grants, private foundations, individual donations and earned revenue from ticket sales, merchandise and rentals of its studio.
Photo -Andy Mog