In a world where millions of people seek for happiness, this man has found " a way". The art of flamenco infused itself into the soul of Teo Morca and transformed his mind, body, and soul. Warring Eel Production's latest documentary allows the audience an intimate glimpse into this living legend's life.
"In the airy front studio at Washington Contemporary Ballet, there’s a rather odd scene. About a dozen lithe young women in flowing skirts and heeled shoes are flouncing, stamping and twirling their way through an advanced flamenco class led by a 77-year-old man with wispy gray hair and a bald crown. Yet when he starts dancing with lightning-fast feet and sultry hips, you can see why Teo Morca, who began the Northwest’s first flamenco school in Bellingham 35 years ago, is still a legend in the international flamenco world."
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