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Eugene Brancoveanu--Tony Award winner for Baz Luhrman's "La Boheme" on Broadway--sings the lead on the recording. He says this about the musical:
“Beside the epic nature of the soundscape that John created, I fell in love with the deliciousness of the lyrics. At times appropriately frantic and ravenously romantic without becoming self-indulgent. As I was singing the various pieces,
it conjured powerful images of entire scenes and theatrical scenarios in my mind.”
Lyrics & Book by John McMullen
Music by John McMullen,
Tal Ariel, Elizabeh Jane Dunne, and Bruce Munson
Orchestrations by Tal Ariel and Bruce Munson
Edited by Bruce Munson
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"Romantic, dark, erotic….”
Blood Tango the Musical
is a musical for our times!
x Seduction of the innocent by powerful predators, teachers and students trysting, women protecting women--but in the midst of it you feel the passion and the obsession that pulses in all of them.
x We put aside the supernatural and the parody, and deliver an evening that stirs the blood and heightens the pheromones.
x haunting ballads you'll hum driving home
x throbbing rhythms of the sensual tango
x a touch of Hamiltonian rap
x a comic turn between butler and cook
x a drinking song for the pub after the show
AND THE TANGO!
"Tango Argentino" took American theatres by storm. “Dancing with the Stars" has 11 million viewers -- and they all wait to see the “red-hot tango.”