He is the pioneer who took the tango to the stage. He was successful on Broadway in the 60s fighting against the shadow of Valentino and created the choreography of the mythical Argentine tango.
They are infrastructures assembled for the foreigner, "for export". Most of these places are expensive and in dollars, so the local public can not go. I do not understand how the theaters of the Cervantes level, the San Martín, the Alvear or the Ribera, where you could make good shows with more reasonable tickets. At the end of the 90s I mounted a show with really accessible prices and discounts for retirees. It was called Sentimiento de Tango and I was accompanied by the singer Alberto Podestá, an orchestra and dancers. It was a respectable show and, in the end, we danced with the audience and the people were happy.