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After eleven years living, dancing, teaching tango, and writing in Buenos Aires, I came home to L. Monday, February 23, Which Tango Show? This is a constant question, and the truth is, I don't have a good answer. Please take the survey at right if you've seen a show that you liked.
Cafe de los Angelitos above Certainly I haven't been to every show in town, nor do I want to. In my opinion, if you've seen one, you've seen them all. They all have in common a live orchestra, a singer or two, and pairs of tango dancers; the music is usually Piazzola, and there is a comedy milonga number, with "historical" costumes; there usually is a scene in a brothel with a knife fight that ends or begins with men dancing together. And I'm partial to Forever Tango because Gavito was in it.
I really enjoyed Tanguera because it was much more than a "tango show," and in fact, went twice. Here are some websites that list several shows with links.
Gala Tango above This site has photos and a listing of more shows. Rojo Tango. Labels: surveys , tango. But here in the old Barrio de Tango , it used to be where the elite meet and greet. The famous cafe on the corner, Esquina Homero Manzi , was the in place to have coffee after going to the theater and then dancing a half a block away in what is now Rodo , a big appliance store. The only sign of the building's old glory days is a large golden angel plaque high up on the back wall, so out of place now in this big bare white space full of refrigerators and vacuum cleaners.
A few decades ago, instead of shorts and flipflops, beautiful people wearing suits and furs came here to dance tango and hear the best live orchestras.