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‘Forever Tango’ (Friday via Sept. 15) Luis Bravo’s well-known tango sensation is now managing on Broadway. In his review for The New York Times, Alastair Macaulay wrote that the audio was the spotlight of the show: “Some of the most irresistible tangos here are these performed with no dancing. You can feel the tango’s sensual march, its percussive footwork, its intimate drive.” Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8 p.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 and eight p.m., Sundays at three p.m., Walter Kerr Theater, 219 West forty eighth Avenue, (212) 239-6200, forevertango.us, telecharge.com $ 30 to $ 199. (Siobhan Burke)
Harlem Meer Efficiency Pageant (Sunday) The junior branch of Ballet Hispanico, BHdos, returns to Central Park for the closing weekend of this jazz, blues and planet audio competition. The lakeside functionality contains alternatives from the principal company’s repertory of contemporary ballet spliced with Spanish and Latin American idioms. At two p.m., Charles A. Dana Discovery Heart, 110th Road in between Fifth and Lenox Avenues, (212) 860-1370, centralparknyc.org free. (Burke)
Mich-Mash Productions (Thursday through Sept. 7) As the title would suggest, this company sources from several mediums to make what it phone calls “technologically augmented dance-theater.” The director, Micheline Mend, and her collaborators present picks of their perform, some a lot more completed than others, under the heading “Mix Tape.” At 7:30 p.m., Center for Overall performance Research, 361 Manhattan Avenue, near Jackson Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, (718) 349-1210, $ 15 in progress, $ 20 at the doorway. (Burke)
Dusan Tynek Dance Theater (Wednesday by means of Sept. 7) In the ten years since he launched his organization, the Czech-born Dusan Tynek has received praise for his sensitivity to songs, his sharp structural eye and his creative, if conservative, motion vocabulary. As Brian Seibert wrote in his 2011 overview for The New York Moments, “Mr. Tynek’s choreography might be outdated-fashioned modern dance, but it’s really a lot alive.” In two new operates and an more mature 1 (the Darwin-inspired “Base Pairs” from 2010), Mr. Tynek forgoes instrumental music in favor of much more elemental seem (a ticking metronome, singing cicadas) as he examines intersections among science and mythology. (There will be a post-overall performance discussion with the choreographer following Friday.) At seven:thirty p.m., Fishman Room, Fisher Building, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 321 Ashland Area, close to Lafayette Avenue, Fort Greene, Brooklyn, (718) 636-4100, bam.org $ twenty, $ sixteen for college students and 65+. (Burke)