CARMEN Immersive Performance is Back at PUBLIC ARTS

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Back by popular demand, PUBLIC ARTS invites to you to travel to 1950s Cuba with its breathtaking performance of Carmen: To Havana and Back. We are happy to share that there are more shows for you to enjoy this May on the 3rd, the 4th and for the next two weekends this month.

The theatrical cabaret breathes new life into the tumultuous opera, Carmen, with an explosive 360-degree performance that envelops and enraptures you. Set in the haven of Havana’s infamous Tropicana Club, the performance revives the fateful last night of Carmen, Don Jose and Escamilla with Spanish flare and comic realism. Love, jealousy and betrayal take center stage in a spectacle of live music and dance that you won’t soon forget.

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The immersion also extends well beyond the performance, as the venue is transformed in Carmen’s dressing room, covered in rhinestones, feathers and glitter.

Greeted with a Cuba Libre upon arrival, you can indulge in traditional Cuban-cuisine, such as Ropa Veija, Arroz con Pollo and Cubano sandwiches, all expertly prepared by Chef Thomas McKenna, and an array of Cuban cocktails, like the Daiquiri, made with Havana Club Anjejo Blanco, Simple Syrup and fresh lime juice, and the Celebratory Airmail, a mixture of Havana Club Blanco, Honey Syrup, fresh lime juice, and prosecco.

Tickets available HERE

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Tony Bowles is one of the youngest sought out journalists in the media world. He focuses on lifestyle, travel, entertainment, food and more! Based out of NYC.

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