Monday, March 15, 2010

HOLA Member Bochinche

Bochinche refers to "gossip." In this sense, we use it to mention HOLA members who are getting acting gigs.

Alberto Bonilla can be seen in movie theaters in the hit Kevin Smith-helmed film Cop Out (starring Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan). In addition, he has two commercials running-- one for Bank of America and one for Cottonelle, the latter of which can be seen here. Finally, he wrote and directed the short film The Speed of Love, which was recently screened. For more information on any of these projects, click here.

Wanda Arriaga and Frank Rodríguez are presenting their solo shows (Mi última noche con Rubén Blades and Cosas que encontré en mi camino, respectively) for a March run. Written by Tere Martínez and Iván Acosta, respectively, and directed by Mario Colón, the shows are billed as Lo Nuestro es puro teatro (Our Thing is All an Act) and are scheduled to take place at Teatro LA TEA in the CSV Cultural Center (home to HOLA) in the Loisaida section of Manhattan.

Tere Martínez is presenting her new play I Want You By My Side (an adaptation of Pati Doménech's play Quiero que estés en mi lado). Presented at Teatro IATI in Manhattan's East Village, the play is directed Arian Blanco, features Howard Collado, Anita Kalathara and Miriam Morales and is stage managed by Karina Alós. The show is scheduled for a late March through early April run.

Erika Cazeneuve can be seen in Decade at a Glance. Presented by the Stella Adler Studio, in association with Interaction Arts, the piece was created and directed by Joan Evans and is taking place at Stella Adler Studio of Acting in the Flatiron district of Manhattan.

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