Paul Montoya (see also below), shown at right, is currently in the repertory ensemble of Repertorio Español, where he can be seen in Crónica de una muerte anunciada (written by Gabriel García Márquez and directed by Jorge Alí Triana). For more information about the production (including show times and dates), click here.
• Divas de España. Produced by Heredia Productions. Written and performed by Inma Heredia. Directed by Adolfo Vázquez.
• Delirio furioso. Produced by La Caja de los Prejuicios. Written by Caridad del Valle. Directed by del Valle and Paul Montoya (see also above).
• Los lagartos. Produced by Compañía de Teatro Infantil TS21. Written by Ana Burgos. Directed by Yolanny Rodríguez (see below).
• El rey de Francia. Produced by Corezon Productions. Written by Fermín Reina. Directed by Pablo Andrade and Dimas González.
• Non Tutti I Ladri Vengono Per Nuocere (No hay ladrón que por bien no venga), also known as The Virtuous Burglar. Produced by E3Outlaws Productions. Written by Dario Fo. Directed by Enmanuel García Villavicencio.
• Las vueltas que da la vida. Produced by Teatro Las Tablas. Written by Dinorah Coronado and Yolanny Rodríguez (see above). Directed by Antonio Méndez.
Caicedo Productions, in association with Pregones/PRTT and Teatro Círculo, is presenting the tenth anniversary of The ONE Festival of solo shows. It will take place in April and May at the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, located in the theater district of midtown Manhattan. HOLA members involved with the festival are listed below.
• The Naked Truth. Written and performed by Rick Herrera. Directed by Víctor Cruz and Enlightment.
• Manchild Machismo. Written and performed by A.B. Lugo. Directed by Omar Pérez.
• Freestyle Friday. Written by Andrés Chulisi Rodríguez and Rhina Valentín. Performed by Valentín. Directed by Rodríguez.
For more information about The ONE festival (including performance dates and times, and how to buy tickets), click here or here.
Olga Merediz and Sejal Shah, shown above, from left to right, were featured in Entertainment Weekly, where they were highlighted for the work they did on The Make It Fair Project's recent video satire of a public service announcement, entitled "#MakeItFair". The project, which aims to bring about gender equality, created the video directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt, which features an all-female cast of over 70 (including Rita Wilson, Mamie Gummer and Annie Parisse) extolling the belief that while men are represented in such a large percentage in the media, men "deserve 100 percent of everything". To read the article, click here. To see the video, click below (Shah and Merediz can be first seen at about 0:08-0:09 of the video).
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