Articles Tagged with: theatre

John Leguizamo’s Ghetto Klown
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John Leguizamo’s Ghetto Klown

“Ghetto Klown,” Leguizamo’s fifth one-man play, explodes with energy, heating up the stage with vivid accounts of the colorful characters that have populated his life.…

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Cashflow: Oedipus El Rey
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Cashflow: Oedipus El Rey

Contribute to their Kickstarter and be Oedipus El Rey’s sugar momma (or poppa)

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PUTO: The Almost Naked, Almost Communist Play
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PUTO: The Almost Naked, Almost Communist Play

Sure, the play has a catchy one-foul-word title going for it, but this play also dishes out a healthy dose of commentary on the continuous…

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O.K. is More than That
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O.K. is More than That

René Buch first staged Isaac Chocrón’s O.K. at Repertorio Español in 1974 — six years after he and producer Gilberto Zaldivar founded the theater and…

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Claudia Norman
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Claudia Norman

Nombre: Claudia Norman
Edad: 39
Raices: Mexicana
Posición: Directora de Festivales Culturales
Cuando empezó el JPMorgan Chase Latino Cultural Festival? En 1996
Como te involucrastes…

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