Dance, a history lesson, and cultural fusion? Alborada Spanish Dance Theater does all three.

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Going to see the performances of the Alborada Spanish Dance Theater, a company of 22 dancers who specialize in flamenco and other dances of Spanish cultural tradition, isn’t just an opportunity to see beautiful movements and vibrant costumes, all set to unforgettable music. It’s really a history lesson, too. “We create a story,” said Eva Lucena, one of the troupe’s founders who serves as its artistic director and historian. “That’s who we are.” The history, she said, is not just in the diverse range of dance styles they perform, many of which date back hundreds of years. But, the group, she sa…

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