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TEXAS 'DEEP-FRIED' ENCHILADA WESTERN

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Presented by Aztlan Dance Company at Santa Cruz Theater, Austin TX

Aug 23 - 26 2018
TEXAS 'DEEP-FRIED' ENCHILADA WESTERN

AZTLAN Dance Company presents the Texas ‘Deep-Fried’ Enchilada Western, a choreo-drama that follows the travelling Desperados into the rich and complex spaces of Southwest Texas myth and legend.

As the 3rd installment of AZTLAN’s Enchilada Western choreo-drama trilogy, Texas Deep-Fried explores Borderlands myth and culture in all of its rich and delicious complexities. Texas Deep-Fried narrates the journey of forsaken desperados as they confront the legendary Southwestern Tampico Tonic vendor. Through episodes of vertigo, mirage, and delusion onset by the hot Texas sun, the traveling desperados confront their fears and pains as they are guided by the wisdom of the Moon goddess.

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ADMISSION INFO

WHAT:            Texas ‘Deep Fried’ Enchilada Western

WHEN:             August 23-26th; Thur.-Sat. at 8pm; Sun. Matinee at 4pm

WHERE:           Santa Cruz Theater, 1805 East 7th Street, Austin, TX 78702

TICKETS:       $18 Adult; $15 Std./Snr./Child, available at: www.aztlandance.com

CONTACT:     admin@aztlandance.com or 512/762-7000

Contact: 512-762-7000

Email: admin@aztlandance.com

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LOCATION

Santa Cruz Theater

1805 E 7th Street, Austin, TX 78702

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