Mark Rubinstein and The Lovers’ Tango were recently featured in the Wilton Bulletin. Jeannette Ross spoke with Mark about his latest work and the role that the tango plays in the work. She writes:
The tango — of the title and the favorite dance of Bill and Nora — is a metaphor for life, Rubinstein said. “It’s a promise and it’s intensely sensual. There’s desire, sensuality, mystery and there’s a profound sadness,” he said. “The dance must end,” as life must end.
Read more in the full article, “Rubinstein’s Courtroom Drama Delves into Love and Loss,” here.