Wasn't sure what to expect at this show and it was certainly different. In a small shop set with plastic chairs and a small stage, theshow that is presented is part comedy routine, part dance and part political. Much of the comedy was dated and the dances were average but the political commemnts were interesting inthat it showed just how far the country has come from the days when it would have been unheard of to criticize the government. The dancers were a family group and it is good to see that they are trying to keep some of the history of the country alive.
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