Learn How to Dance Around the Latin World at Queens Theatre


    ¡A bailar! The Queens Theatre is about to launch a six-session Latin dance instruction series for just about every taste. The fun begins on February 27th with a free, informal introductory event during which teachers from the Farrington Ballroom Dance School will provide information on the different rhythms and steps. The first actual class will be on Cha-Cha-Cha, which has Cuban origins, on March 6th. The schedule then continues as follows: Tango (Argentina/Uruguay), March 13th; Samba (Brazil), March 20th; Salsa (Cuba, Colombia, Panama, Puerto Rico, et al), March 27th; and Merengue (Dominican Republic), April 3rd. Then at a future date, those who participate in at least three classes will perform in a showcase.

    Details: Latin Dance Lessons, Queens Theatre, 14 United Nations Avenue South, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, February 27th to April 3rd, all one-hour classes begin at 7 pm, followed by open dance until 9 pm. $10 single class/$45 for five classes. Skip the class and join open dance at 8 pm for $5 each time.


    Top photo: QT; bottom photo: Thalia Spanish Theatre

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