The San Francisco Flamenco Dance Company in collaboration with AguaClara Flamenco present

¿Dónde está don quixote?

a fun flamenco adventure for the whole family!

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Saturday June 2nd 1pm

Gallery 308 at Fort Mason Center


About the performance

Children of all ages and adults will delight  in this madcap adventure to the heart of Flamencolandia. A spirited troupe of flamencos hot on the trail of Don Quixote embark on a journey filled with colorful characters, dazzling footwork and silly sing alongs. Featuring a multi-talented and bilingual cast, this introduction to flamenco highlights the regional variety of flamenco and its power to encompass the range of human experience and emotion. Bay Area flamenco companies AguaClara Flamenco and San Francisco Flamenco Dance Company team up for this whimsical take on the passionate Spanish art form that will captivate children and adults alike. 

This performance is a family show that runs 55 minutes. Flamenco is a lively art form and audience participation is encouraged. Don't worry if your kids shout OLÉ! We welcome it!


the cast

Artistic Directors Kerensa DeMars and Clara Rodriguez present a multifaceted, international cast of performers with a special collaboration by guest artist from Spain Luis de la Tota as Don Quixote. Collaborators include:

Dancers Roberto Aguilar and Sandra Durand

Musicians David McLean, Marlon Aldana and Roberto Zamora

Special Guest Luis de la Tota as Don Quixote

and Artistic Directors Kerensa DeMars and Clara Rodriguez


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This program is part of the San Francisco International Arts Festival. Additional information about the Festival can be found HERE.