2016 HOLA Awards recipient Pablo García Gámez, shown at right, was featured in the Prioridades Web blog, where the production of his award-winning play Noche tan linda (which ran in September) at LugarOtro Estudio Teatral at DelBorde Espacio Teatral, in the San Telmo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Capital Federal, Argentina. To read the blog, which is in Spanish, click here.
Modesto Flako Jiménez, shown at left, in rehearsal, was featured in Broadway World, where his self-penned solo show ¡Oye! For My Dear Brooklyn, was highlighted. Directed by Artem Yatsunov, the Brooklyn Gypsies production will be presented in October at The Performing Garage in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. To read the article, click here.
2016 HOLA Awards recipient Alfonso Rey and Mafer Rodríguez, shown at left, from left to right, were featured in the New York weekly newspaper Impacto Latin News, where their participation in the Monologando Contando Ando solo show and storytelling festival, washighlighted. Rodríguez's show was Atrapen a Minnie (written and directed by Lupe Gehrenbeck); Rey's show was #Popular (written by Marcos Purroy and directed by Rey). (Rey's show wound up winning the festival.) To read the article, which is in Spanish, click here.
Ana Roshelle Díaz booked a co-starring role on "Orange is the New Black" (Netflix).
2016 HOLA Awards recipient Héctor Luis Rivera, Kathy Tejada, and 2016 HOLA Awards recipient A.B. Lugo (Rivera and Tejada shown at above left, from left to right; Lugo shown at above right) were featured in the Héctor Luis Sin Censura blog, as a result of their participation in the TEBA production of Elena Garro's play Un hogar sólido (Rivera co-stars and directed the production; Tejada and Lugo co-star). The production is being presented in October as part the Lorca Al Desnudo IV/eARTh Theatre Festival at 777 Theater (Stage II), located in the theater district of midtown Manhattan. To read the blog, click here.
Yvette Quintero will return to performing the solo show La bruta bruja Bruna. Written by Tomás Urtusástegui and directed by J. Edgar Mozoub, the Group of the Arts production will be presented in October as part the Lorca Al Desnudo IV/eARTh Theatre Festival at 777 Theater (Stage II), located in the theater district of midtown Manhattan.
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