The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center’s flamenco-centric “Alma de Mujer” unites dancer Olivia Chacón, singer Chayito Champion, guitarist Isai Chacón, percussionist Edwardo Rios, and choreographers Belinda Menchaca and Jeanette Chavez for “an artistic journey that interprets the soulful expression of women and the relationships that shape their lives.” Inspired by the Guadalupe Dance Company’s residency with revered flamenco dancer La Tania, “Alma de Mujer” draws from flamenco’s rich past in the creation of provocative new works that fuse traditional and contemporary music and movement. For a true taste of Spain, guests on opening night can opt for premium tickets ($50), which include tapas and sangria (provided by Carmens de la Calle Café) and priority table seating for the show. $10-$15, 8pm Sat, Feb 26 and 3pm Sun, Feb 27 (also 8pm Sat, Mar 5 and 3pm Sun, Mar 6), Guadalupe Theater, 1301 Guadalupe, (210) 271-3151, guadalupeculturalarts.org.
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