Music Revue: Noches Tropicales
“We’re havin’ a heat wave… a Tropical Heat Wave!”
Just in time for the winter blast South of Broadway heats up with a Musical Revue of the songs and dances of Latin and South America.
“Noches Tropicales,” is a fiery show, headlined by Cesar Lozada, A Veneuzuelan Dancer/Singer, and authentic practitioner of the Latin Arts whose talents range from the intense Argentinian Tango to the spicy Cuban hits of Celiz Cruz, and the haunting melodies sung by the gauchos of South American Savannas headlines this stellar cast which includes dancers, Melody LoDuca, Edward “Shi” Johnson, and Sarah Sharpe.
Mary Gould, Founder and Producer of SOBTC, revisits her Brasilian roots with the sultry sounds of the great Antonio Carlos Jobim in some of his all-time classics including: Girl From Ipanema, Desafinado, Corcovado and more…
The evening is arranged and musical directed by Venezuelan composer and musician, Abdiel Iriarte, in his second appearance with South of Broadway. Abdiel visited the Low Country during October of 2014 to compose and produce the highly acclaimed music for SOBTC’s production of The Nance. Video of him playing HERE. Guitarist/Vioinist, Roger Bellow and Drummer Brad Bolchoz add their licks to everything from Tangos to Sambas to Flamenco.
Don’t miss this rarely heard repertoire in expert performances!
Four performances ONLY: January 22, 23, 29 and 30 at 7:30PM
Performances are at South of Broadway Theatre Company, 1080 E. Montague Avenue (in the Park Circle Area), North Charleston, 29405