When: Sat., Feb. 29, 8 p.m. 2020
Have you ever wished you could experience life in a faraway city, even just for a day? In “24 Hours and a Dog,” Malpaso Dance performers convey aspects of daily life in Cuba’s capital city. Audience members witness this and two other dance works inspired by Cuban culture when the Havana-based contemporary company makes its Flynn Center for the Performing Arts debut as part of its spring tour. The evening’s program also includes “Porque Sigues (Why You Follow),” which combines elements of African, Cuban and Western dance styles, and “Ser,” choreographed by company member Beatriz Garcia.