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Spanish play Dilemmas With My Flamenco Tailcoat charms crowd

Spanish play Dilemmas With My Flamenco Tailcoat charms crowd

‘Dilemmas With My Flamenco Tailcoat’, a Spanish solo play written, acted and directed by Spanish theatre artist Valeria Tejero Navas was staged on Monday at the international theatre festival ‘BotTala RonggoMela 2019’ and mesmerized audiences with its unique presentation of storytelling through song and dance.

A programme on ‘Dilemmas With My Flamenco Tailcoat’

The play told story of a woman from Andalusia village of Spain, Isabelle Valderramas who was known as the ‘Golden Star’. Through her experiences and dance, she told her audiences about how flamenco dancing by women has evolved over the years which does not have any specific root but continental heritage.
Isabelle was engaged in dance and considered as a very disrespectful person due to her passion to perform- back in the old times in Spain. Bullied and hated by society for being passionate to dance, how she then ended up developing her role on stage portraying her dilemmas and fight for the culture that eventually got the recognition as an intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO- that story was told through the playwright, director and actor of this solo play, Valeria’s beautiful, harmonious performance.

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