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Reflections on The Mile Long Opera by Rachel Kara Perez

Ethereal. Connected. Alone. Embodied. Standing in my little patch of wonder on The Highline towards 34th Street has been much more meaningful than I ever could have imagined. This week has turned into a physical catharsis. Each time I sing, repeating certain notes or…

Autorretratos #Tu Arte Reconstruye

Autorretratos en el Barrio, Serie Nº 10 es parte del proyecto de cine participativo “La Fábrica de Autorretratos”, dirigido desde el 2010 por Llaima Sanfiorenzo, el cual lleva realizando series en varios países y ahora en Puerto Rico. Margaret Mair ha sido co-directora invitada…

Dance-A-Thon 2018

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Camp 2018 – Best Camp Yet

Broadway and NYC performing artists donated their time and talents, once again as teaching artists at the 11th Annual Dare to Go Beyond (D2GB) Children’s Performing Arts Camp. This year’s camp aligned…

Artistas Puertorriqueños Trabajan por su Isla

Nuestra Tierra y el Poder de Nuestro Arte Llevar  nuestro arte a cada comunidad es muy especial y gratificante, pero poder regresar al pueblo que me regaló tanto en la niñez, el pueblo que me vio crecer y me brindó todo su amor, es una…

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The Tempest @ Pregones Theatre
Jun 26 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Produced in partnership by R.Evolución Latina and Pregones/PRTT. A new devised theater piece directed Luis Salgado, the result of creative collaboration between professional and aspiring artists from Latin America, the Caribbean, and New York City. This riveting and multilingual take on Shakespeare’s classic is rich with the sonority and rhythms of Latinx cultures. Awake to the comedy, drama, betrayal, and magic of THE TEMPEST!

Jun
27
Thu
The Tempest @ Pregones Theatre
Jun 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Produced in partnership by R.Evolución Latina and Pregones/PRTT. A new devised theater piece directed Luis Salgado, the result of creative collaboration between professional and aspiring artists from Latin America, the Caribbean, and New York City. This riveting and multilingual take on Shakespeare’s classic is rich with the sonority and rhythms of Latinx cultures. Awake to the comedy, drama, betrayal, and magic of THE TEMPEST!