This dance group deserves a much bigger and better stage! I think this should be a "must see" in Quito. Kind of like seeing a "tango show" in Argentina. Their costumes and performances were absolutely amazing. The live music was a great compliment. What a great way to show cast the folk dances and traditions of the indigenous Ecuadorian people and their culture. Having travelled all around the world, I personally really enjoy seeing folk dances and traditions of other cultures. Don't expect a big fancy hall or theatre. But the venue is nice and I was comfortable the whole 2 hours. You can tell the dancers really love and enjoy what they do and it shows in their performance. The only thing I wish they had some sort of translation into English, as my Spanish is very limited. There was a documentary shown in the beginning, but it was only in Spanish (no subtitles). And the founder of the group also spoke for quite a while, but only in Spanish. So at one point, I was confused on whether we were on a break or not. And I had no idea what was said either. So I feel like I missed a part of the experience. Also, some refreshments and snacks would be nice to have to purchase. If there were any, I didn't see them. Otherwise, I highly recommend to go see this!