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Com­bin­ing the rigid move­ments of the bal­let with the free­dom and pas­sion of the tan­go might not seem like a good idea for a show, but it works real­ly well thanks to the cre­ativ­i­ty of dancers/​choreographers Erin Scott-Kafadar and Alexan­der Richard­son. Both dancers must be applaud­ed for their phys­i­cal abil­i­ties as they are essen­tial­ly danc­ing in a series of short pieces for the entire 60 min­utes, with only a brief break dur­ing the oth­er’s solo num­ber. Their final num­ber was a wor­thy finale with some impres­sive phys­i­cal steps and bal­ances by both dancers. I expect­ed to feel pas­sion and excite­ment, which I did, but I did not expect to see humour — espe­cial­ly in the solo num­ber in which Richard­son dances with a stick fig­ure. This is one of my favourites at the Fringe, and I rec­om­mend it even for peo­ple who don’t reg­u­lar­ly attend dance shows.