„Tango Salon“ is the most recent work of the theatre artist Gytis Ivanauskas, a new improvisation, another attempt to “save” the world – this time by woman’s beauty and passionate Argentinian tango.
The creators promise excellent fountain views and fancy tango dance combinations. „A Woman wants to „save the world“ with her beauty. A man wants to conquer it. In „Tango Saloon“ women will reveal the secret of beauty, mastered Argentinian dance that heats up men’s blood. „To come and enjoy is a must“, – says performance director Gytis Ivanauskas.
The main performance characters are aristocratic family women who spend most of their time in a local beauty salon. Yet this performance is not only about cherishing woman’s beauty: bright lips, curly eyelashes, or perfect curls. “Tango Salon” is a life in Tango Rhythm, men’s and woman’s game. “Every woman knows the secret of how to “disarm” a man. She will do everything, if she wants to fascinate. And in tango, I think, there is mutual “disarmament”. If a man is dancing tango, it is something remarkable. I won’t deny, by dancing this dance, a man also contributes to the discovery of the beauty”, – says play performance choreographer Brigita Urbietytė.
Dance performance Tango Salon
Director Gytis Ivanauskas
Choreographers Brigita Ubiertyte
Actors Gytis Ivanauskas, Brigita Urbietytė, Simona Paciukonytė, Irina Nazarenko, Evaldas Taujanskis, Naglis Bierancas/Aurimas Anužis/Nedas Grigaliūnas, Vladimir Latišonok.
Costume designer Asta Grigaityte
Duration 1 hour
Premiere September 22, 2012