Cabaret Barroco: Interludes of Spain's Golden Age

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Editorial Review

‘Cabaret Barroco’: Love in 17th-century Spain at GALA

The playful season opener features comic turns from “Spain’s Golden Age.”

Reader Reviews

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Grimacing, grunting, gesticulating

Cabaret Barrocco is a series of short and bawdy intermezzi about love written by masters of Spain's Golden Age with new music and choreography at Gala Theatre. The performers, all stars in their native Iberophone countries (mainly Spain) sing, dance, grimace, gesticulate and grunt in the name of love. With few props and little in the way of scenery of lighting, this is poor theater at its richest.