Antonio Arrebola was born in Málaga in 1981 and began dancing at the age of eight. He began his dance studies at the Conservatorio Superior de Danza in Málaga, where he was trained in flamenco, ballet clásico and clásico español and studied with Susana Lupiañez, Ricardo Caña, and Valentina Letova.
Antonio has been dancing professionally since the age of fifteen. He has danced in many prominent tablaos in Andalucía, such as the Christina Hoyos Flamenco Museum and many more.
Antonio has also been recognized on the international scene, elating audiences in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Italy, Morocco, Canada, the United States and Japan. He also worked with the Maria Serrano Company in the show Flamentango in Canada, and, in addition, has toured in Europe with his own company.
He headlined the Dallas Flamenco Festival in 2010, 2012, and 2013 and was featured in the Dallas Flamenco Festival and Ochre House Theater’s productions of Perro y Sangre, El Conde Drácula, and Buñuel Descending and Picasso: Matador de Málaga.
Delilah Buitrón Arrebola “Delilah Muse” is a native Texan from Laredo and received her BFA in Theatre and T.V. Communications from the illustrious Hofstra University in New York. Upon graduation, Delilah moved to Spain where she studied Spanish Classical and Flamenco at the Isabel Quintero Conservatory as well as at the internationally acclaimed Amor de Dios school of Flamenco.
Delilah has since performed in Mexico City’s production and tour of Carmen, the Dallas Opera’s production of La Vida Breve under the direction of Maria Benitez, as well as portrayed the Cuban Salsa Legend “La Lupe” in Martice Enterprise’s musical production of La Lupe: My Life, My Destiny.
Other Dallas theater credits include her portrayal of Gerarda in SMU’s production of La Discreta Enamorada, Shakespeare Dallas' musical production of A Midsummers Night’s Dream and As you Like It. She has been seen in Ochre House productions Ex Voto: The Immaculate Conceptions of Frida Kahlo, MEAN, and Cicerone and was featured in the Dallas Flamenco Festival and Ochre House Theater’s productions of Perro y Sangre, El Conde Drácula, Buñuel Descending and Picasso: Matador de Målaga. Delilah was a recipient of a 2013 “Dallas Observer Mastermind Award” for excellence in artistic endeavors.