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Horatio in HAMLET for Shakespeare@ in Jersey City's Grace Church 

 

BWW Review: Jersey City's Grace Church turns into Elsinore for HAMLET by Shakespeare@

by Matthew Michaels Mar. 30, 2019  

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Shakespeare@ kicks off their inaugural run in Jersey City with a sharp production of HAMLET. William Shakespeare's Danish tragedy of revenge and mental insanity transforms the space of Grace Church Van Vorst, a New Jersey Episcopal church on the National Registry of Historic Places.

 

Horatio, still from the play Hamlet from Shakespeare At.

Photo by Will O’Hare.

REVIEWS · THEATRE REVIEWS

Theatre Review: La Cancion Represents Latin Culture At Harlem Stage

February 5, 2018 Diandra Reviews

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"The splashes of Reggaeton, Salsa, and even Bachata make you appreciate that Latinos are a people moved body and soul. Moreover, Vico C’s music is phenomenal. He truly captured the urban nature of modern Latin Music, but throws homage to its classic roots, particularly, through the role of Francis Mateo’s Rafael.

 

Mateo’s Rafael, next to Rafa, is the character that most grows from beginning to the end of La Canción. In one hour and forty minutes, he transforms from cold and distant to as warm and loving as Rafa, which makes sense once you see the show. This is a non-spoiler review. Yet, I do hope you give yourself the chance to see La Canción. Beyond being a positive and loving homage to Latin Culture, it is also a show about believing in yourself, even when your family or the world cannot see your vision.

Dreaming is an intimate, private experience, but the journey to make it reality is shared. Thus, as you watch Rafa share his dreams into fruition, you admire and learn from his capacity to always say yes to himself even when the world says no; something the Latin community understands very well. For More Information on La Canción And Repertorio Español ."

EN EL NOMBRE DE SALOME Wins Four HOLA Awards

 

by BWW News Desk 

Aug. 31, 2017  

The Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA), the nation's longest running active arts advocacy organization for Latino actors, has announced its latest class of HOLA Award recipients for 2017, the awards ceremony's 18th year.

The Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA) is an arts service/advocacy organization dedicated to expanding the presence of Hispanic artists in entertainment and media through the cultivation, education and recognition of emerging artists.

HOLA strives for an accurate, informed and non-stereotyped portrayal of the full spectrum of Latino culture and heritage in the entertainment and media industries.

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN PLAYWRITING/SOBRESALIENTE REALIZACIÓN EN DRAMATURGIA
Marco Antonio Rodríguez, En el nombre de Salomé (Repertorio Español)

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY AN ENSEMBLE CAST/MEJOR ELENCO
Maité Bonilla, Zulema Clares, Dalia Davi, Darlenis Durán,
Hannia Guillén, Jesús E. Martínez, Francis Mateo, Diana Pou,
Johary Ramos, Jerry Soto, Fermín Suárez, En el nombre de Salomé
(Repertorio Español)

 

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A FEMALE ACTOR/MEJOR ACTRIZ
Zulema Clares, En el nombre de Salomé (Repertorio Español)

 

GILBERTO ZALDÍVAR HOLA AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PLAY/MEJOR PRODUCCIÓN
En el nombre de Salomé (Repertorio Español)

 

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THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

Poster by Sean Devare

 

From October 31st to November 17th, I will be playing a serie of short plays written by Richard Vetere at New Perspective Theater.

 

For more info, please visit: http://www.newperspectivestheatre.org

 

Photo by Paul Fox
Photo by Paul Fox
Photo by Paul Fox
Photo by Paul Fox
Richard Vetere explains the world... 10 minutes at a time!
Dead Reckoning:
Sixth Annual Women's Work Original Short Play Festival 

From August 13th to August 17, I was part of New Perspective Theater's short play festival, Dead Reckoning that included Pop Life. Set in the early evening of the great blackout of 2003, Pop Life by Holly M. Eaton, directed by Joyia Bradley, brings four co-workers serendipitously together in the same bar on their journey home—where they find themselves in a space transformed by the lack of power--thus making anything possible!

Episode 54: special guest.

Recently, I joined the brilliant folks at Pop Tech Jam for a podcast reading of Star Wars by William Shakespeare. We are on around minute 20. Click on the cassette:

Backstracks

Last year, I had the honor to be invited to BACKSTRACKS produced by the very talented Jocelyn Gonzales. To listen to the podcast, just click on the image below:

 

 

Some pics from Love's Labour's Lost

Photos by Allison Stock

Love's Labour's Lost (June, 2013)

Review

Poster by Sean Devare

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