he Malambo brought “relentless intensity” and “fiery footwork” to Boston’s Jacob’s Pillow Dance festival, according to Janine Parker of The Boston Globe.
Ms. Parker writes: “The men dance with a power and passion that builds into a kind of ecstasy, and, after teasing us with their fierce solemnity”
“…cast of 14 repeatedly throw down the gauntlet, their chests forward and puffed like cocks looking for a fight. The air is thick with testosterone, but also with theater. The men are handsomely and simply costumed in sleek black, and lighted in Brinas and Joshua Paul Weckesser’s now-moody, now splashy lighting design.”