Broadway’s Palace Theater won’t be entirely dark between last May’s closing of “Lestat” and the April opening of “Legally Blonde.”
Theater’s landlords, the Nederlanders, have found a temporary tenant in “Mi Soledad,” a flamenco show from Spanish hoofer Joaquin Cortes. Production plays the Palace Dec. 11-22.
“Soledad,” which includes a 10-piece orchestra and a seven-member chorus, has played London, Paris, Tokyo, Madrid and other cities since its Mexico City preem last year. A 2007 U.S. tour is in the works.
A previous show by Cortes, “Live,” played Gotham’s City Center in 2004.