A Baroque Operetta: Cupid’s New Weapons of Love (Nuevas Armas de Amor)
2520 Flora St. , Dallas, TX
$10 - $100
This 18th century Spanish comedy (zarzuela) by Sebastián Durón offers a recreation of the style, gesture, dance and music of the original. Sung in Spanish, declaimed in English, it tells the tale of Cupid’s loss of his arrows to Jupiter and their return thanks to Diana. Between acts, enjoy a hilarious tale told in six dances: El maestro de danzar.
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