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Monday, August 19, 2019
MEMBERS IN PERFORMANCE
HOLA Member, Asier Kintana, will be performing in
The Sumatran Dancer this week at The Hudson Guild Theatre, located at 441 West 26th Street, NYC. CLICK HERE for tickets.
THE SUMATRAN DANCER - by Anthony Barone
Erotic dance has delivered Mata Hari from poverty. She's famous in Paris among generals and aristocrats. But World War I changes everything. The clubs are empty and debts mount. Before she and her Russian lover can escape the horrors she's targeted by an obsessive spy catcher. Her life is in jeopardy.
Meet the talented Playwright, Eduardo De Filippo, behind this great Italian masterpiece for the theatre. Repertorio Español Director, Leyma López is proud to introduce De Filippos work and turn it into Carribean style with beautiful talent from many Spanish speaking countries including Cuba, Spain, Dominican Republic, Venezuela and Puerto Rico.
Javier Chapa and Simon Wise of Mucho Mas Media and Donald De Line will be producing a film based on Jenni Rivera’s life, with Kate Lanier penning the script.
Regulo Caro announced the release of a new reality show, centered around his family, titled Una Familia Regular. The show will premiere via his official YouTube channel this Sunday. Check out more on the latest in Latin entertainment online at Latino Loop.
In this sketch series, Arturo Castro attempts to navigate life as a Latin millennial in the U.S. Satirizing everything from modern dating to American culture to politics, Alternatino brings a fresh point of view to the Latinx experience.
We are excited to announce our 4 performances of THE TEMPEST, a theater piece directed by Luis Salgado. These performances are the result of creative collaboration between professional and aspiring artists from Latin America, the Caribbean, and New York City.
This riveting and multilingual production crowns this year’s joint run of the Beyond Workshop Series and Raúl Juliá Training Unit with a 21st Century Latinx take on Shakespeare. The Bard of Avon’s heightened language meets the rich sonority and rhythms of Latinx cultures, and artists get to bring their full selves to bear on the story’s comedy, drama, betrayal, and magic!
Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Luis Salgado
Devised by Ian Hersey, Leon Ingulsrud and Luis Salgado
Alice Roschuni, Emily Tafur, Francisco J. Rivera Rodriguez, Genesis Perdomo, Ismael Castillo, Jessica Carmona, Johanna Jhonston Bermudez, John Burgos, Josefina Lausirica, Laura D. Bustamante Lopez, Lisa Burgos, Maria J. Gutierrez Beron, Mariana Herrera Juri, Marlon Fernando Reina, Matthew Ting, Megan Khaziran, Melibelle Lavandier, Laura Lebrón, Richel Ruiz, Samantha, Wallington, Samuel Garnica, Tatiana Ronderos, Valeria Pérez, Vanina Frezza,Victoria Ric
Choreography Matthew Steffens, Ray Mercer, Valeria Cossu, Gabriela García
Lighting design Christopher Annas-Lee
Music Director Desmar Guevara
R.Evolución Latina partners with Pregones/PRTT Raul Julia Training unit, furthering the legacy of Miriam Colón and Raul Julia
A new play in English written by Marco Antonio Rodriguez
As part of IATI's CIMIENTOS Play Development Program
Directed by Jorge B. Merced
Starring: Elise Santora & Jose Maria Aguila.
After being taken, imprisoned and tortured for what has been deemed a “shameful” lifestyle, a man returns to his hometown to face the woman who will determine his fate. As the clock inches towards a final decision, the battle for life, truth and understanding is shaken by unexpected revelations that challenge preconceived ideas and the true meaning of unconditional love.