The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to Forever Tango

It takes two to . . . Forever Tango!

This week’s giveaway is two tickets to the dance extravaganza known as Forever Tango . . . which has currently danced its way back on Broadway.

Don’t know Forever Tango?  Since its debut in 1994, FT has shaken its thing in front of millions and millions of people all over the world, and the current 15 week run is the third time it has been on Broadway.

Haven’t seen Forever Tango?

Well, lucky for one of you, we’ve got two tickets to give away.

Here’s how to enter:

Obviously Tango works on Broadway.  But do all genres of dance?  What style of dance would you like to see in a show?

Toss me a comment, and I may toss you two tickets to Tango!


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    • Alexandra says:

      Done and done… “In The Heights” took Best Choreo at the 2008 Tony’s. I would agree, though, it should be done again!

      • Marcela says:

        Yeah I get it already, She’s fatasntic. and she certainly is but could you please post some of the races she’s won or her trophy (& medal) collection. Can you show her some respect for all the training she’s been doing instead of just ooogeling at her? thanks Man, DarrylHarrisburg, PA

  • Susan says:

    Old school ballet based. I love Robbins and DeMille choreography.

  • Emely says:

    What a wonderful giveaway! I haven´t seen Forever Tango yet. I would love to see Bollywood dance. There is always a story to tell, the costumes are so wonderful and the movements are great. Could be an amazing show!

  • Helene Galek says:

    Social dances of the 20th Century! (The dance that was popular throughout the ages!)

  • Justin says:

    Step (hip hop) – thanks for this chance!

  • Claire says:

    I’d like to see some country western dancing! Or anything but twerking.

  • Bangarra Dance Theatre! They’re an incredible Indigenous Australian dance company.

  • Nathan Clift says:

    We have seen Tap, Tango, Modern, and other various types of dance. I would love to see more Flaminco dancing.

  • Nancy Paris says:

    A mash-up of different styles: Latin ballroom, jazz, contemporary, and ballet…just like I did in “They Called It Rock.” (Shameless plug) 😉

  • John P. says:

    It’s old fashioned but the waltz is always delightful to watch.

  • Candace says:

    Polka! How about putting it in a play, “The Last Polka” with the Schmenge Brothers?

  • Brian says:

    I would love to see a swing dance show!

  • Marina Barry says:

    How about a Fred Astaire – Ginger Rogers Salute? I don’t think a show honoring them and the many styles they brought to the public has ever been done on the Great White Way. That would include almost every style already mentioned (except hip-hop, but I bet they’d have done it) and make everyone who has already commented really happy! And what a joy/challenge for the costumer doing all those dresses cut on the bias!

  • Leslie Rosenberg says:

    I would love to see a show about Salsa- and not just the dance style, but the food as well!
    You could have a swinging hip- perched to dip!
    A giant Buzzby Berklee number- with dancers in chip wear, circle an enormous bowl containing guacamole and salsa- while a Mariachi band- dressed as jalepeno peppers, provides the music!!

  • Michael E. says:

    If it’s a revival one answer “Fosse, Fosse, Fosse”

    If it’s something new I’d say cross cultural dance. I’ll even give you the title: ‘Around the world in two hours’

  • tess nielsen says:

    “My Big Fat Cherokee House Party”–dances of America’s indigenous cultures. Celebrates my Tuscarora heritage of the great Cherokee Nation!

  • Joyce Joseph says:

    Savion Glover redux!! I love tap and would enjoy a show that showcased tap throughout the ages. Thanks.

  • Billy Recce says:

    Hip hop is really the only one that I can’t recall being produced, and thinking about it, it wouldn’t be bad!

  • Theo says:

    I would love to see a really good belly dancing show produced for Broadway. Along with the choreography, there are so many high level stunts performed with swords, fire, etc it’d be a really colorful and vibrant show!

  • wendy wallach says:

    I would love to see Jewish traditional styles of Dancing ( Chasidic). What a great topic to build a show around!

  • Natalie says:

    I wanna see the stably leg!!! I love these new urban dances!

  • Bryan Austermann says:

    I love Tap dancing, but that’s in Broadway shows all the time.

    I’d really love to see some Contact Improv make its way into a Broadway show where the performer’s impulses shape the dance each night and it is really never the same. (Perhaps this exists, but I don’t think I’ve seen it.)

  • nancy cohen says:

    I love to see Scottish reels that are spirited and remind me of Brigadoon…but to see two people dancing together, as simply as a waltz like in The King and I.. oh bring it on.

  • Donna schechter says:

    I would love to tango!

  • Darrell Mullins says:

    Have to go with “Gangham Style”

  • connie carpenter says:

    Paso doble

  • jennifer terstenyak says:


    love to see them jump jive and wail

  • auntieFSR says:

    I would love to see a type of World War II dance. The music should be in the style of the Andrew Sisters!

  • I agree with Candace. Forever Polka!

  • Ross Alexander says:

    I’d love to see some paso doble or rumba!

  • Larry segal says:

    time for the charleston, the jitterbug and dance from the 30’s Larry segall

  • Doreen says:

    The lambada

  • Paula says:

    I vote for a polka program too given my background, but I also suggest that we have an
    American revue, including the hula, square dancing, Native American dance,jitterbug, and recent dance styles.

  • ilan says:

    I would love to see a show which featured good old fashioned sexy salsa. African dance would be fun too.

  • Erika Jenko says:

    Tap dancing. Stomp style. Mostly based on sound and using sound to tell a story between the main characters. All music all dancing.

  • Cathie A. says:

    Call me old fashioned but I still get goose bumps when I see a line of Tap Dancers. Reminds me of how I felt when I knew that I wanted [had] to be a part of the theater!

  • Brittany S says:


  • Brad B says:

    Lambada…they could do a musical of the cult classic movie “The Forbidden Dance”…which focused on saving the rain forests of Brazil. lol

  • Amanda F says:


  • Rachel says:

    Kung Fu!! I saw an amazing show in Beijing that incorporated Kung fu and Cirque type acrobatics. It might be questionable as to whether it’s a type of dance but there is choreography and they are definitely artists. A little unconventional but it would get a whole new group of people into the theatre 🙂

  • Elisa Christina Clayton says:

    I’d like to see flamenco fusion (i.e. flamenco, belly dancing, salsa, rumba) in my musical “La Gitanilla” (a.k.a. Preciosa) and hip hop fusion (i.e. hip hop, jazz, ballroom)in my musical “Rhymes-n-Reasons” when they make it to Broadway or any stage for that matter!

  • Lois O Karmel says:

    Any form of latin dance is fine with me.

  • chicava says:

    A history of 20th social dance show. That dealt frankly with social, cultural, ethnic, and political implications in the midst of the dancing.
    A flashy era mash-up, educational triste that makes for a great church bus show yet inspires discussion. A church bus show is one that derives a solid percentage of its profits from church groups coming to town for it from points along I-95.

  • CP Henry says:

    Tap, tap, tap!!! So classic, so exciting and reverberating. Tap!

  • Cheryl Dzubak says:

    Irish Celtic dancing in some sort of Irish love story.

  • Stewart says:

    Hip hop – show that involves this kind of
    dance with singing(rap) . Build a modern storyline (maybe about gangs like in west side story or about the rise and fall of an entertainer in the hip hop world ) based around this style of dancing. In the heights pulled it off pretty good with rap music but since then who else ? So do that again but with a lot more of that style of dance ( like what Justin timberlake was doing at the MTV awards).

  • Ryan McCurdy says:

    I’d love to finally see a story-based dance crew musical in the vein of the modern types of dance we have on TV these days.

  • Alexandra says:

    I know it’s old fashioned, but a good, old movie musicals salute on stage. Fred and Ginger, Kelly and O’Connor, and others brought true standard ballroom, tap, and early modern choreo to the screen, but the big beautiful waltzes just aren’t seen on stage (revivals excluded in some cases).

  • Amy Chrzanowski says:

    I know everyone is saying that “tap’s been done” – “tap is all there is on Broadway” – but I want to see some TAP. And I don’t mean Broadway tap numbers with 30 time steps in a row but it looks impressive because everyone is in time. I want to see some jazztap.

    The great thing about Aaron on SYTYCD is that he’s showing the world that there’s more to tap than stepping in time. Where are the days of Sammy Davis Jr where tap wasn’t just steps, but helped make the music?

  • lynn komarek says:

    1) Bollywood (as Emely suggested) would be my first choice,
    2) MOMIX (I think they are amazing!
    3) the old movie musicals style with Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse and others.

  • Ed Ertle says:

    I think it would be a riot to see the kind of dancing you saw on tv shows like “Shindig” where the background dancers all gyrate wildly while the featured singer barely moves. Crazy 60s-style fashions and lighting could make a real camp classic.

  • Brian Weiner says:

    The trend among my aunt and her 60 something year old girlfriends is west coast swing. They just love Benji from So You Think You Can Dance!

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