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Emerald by Hernandez Tamayo Spanish Dance Theatre

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Flamenco Dance Theatre

"Not like you have seen before."

Hernandez & Tamayo Spanish Dance Theatre premiere their work Emerald for the first time in Melbourne at Chapel at Chapel Loft Theatre. Unlike what you would expect from Flamenco dance, Hernandez & Tamayo draw a measured distance from the traditional spotted dresses and flying skirts.

What the reviewers are saying:

"It is impossible to ignore how well these dancers perform the simplest shoulder shift and the most complex footwork. It is exciting to see this embodiment of their vulnerability." - MOVES Contemporary Dance Festival, Hobart.

"Emerald is a cultural dance experience perhaps unlike any that has been shown in New Zealand before. It is engaging, exciting and there is no doubt that Hernandez and Tamayo are skilled dance artists and storytellers." - Theatreview, Fringe Festival Auckland 2020.

"Saturated in emotion and bravura, by turns fierce and wild, explosive and anguished, or reined in along a knife-edge." - NZHerald, Summer at Q Festival Auckland 2020

Lighting Designer: Jason James
Costumes: James Penrose
Music editing soundtrack: Aaron Lee

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