CUENTOS Y LAMENTOS: FROM NEW YORK TO LA ISLA DEL ENCANTO

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Poetry
Directed by Jorge Berríos with co-direction by Carlos Canales

Just in time for National Hispanic Heritage Month, this uniquely curated evening will feature works by José Rivera y Carlos Canales as well as multilingual (english AND spanish) spoken word selections from legendary Puerto Rican y Nuyorican artists.
About the Company: Puffy Shirt Productions

no frills theatre.

Open:   10/15/15
Close:   10/18/15

Schedule:
Oct 15,16,17 at 8pm Oct 17,18 at 2pm:
10/15/2015
10/16/2015
10/17/2015
10/18/2015
Theater:   Bridge Theater at Shetler
Address:   244 West 54th Street, 12th Floor
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Cost:$15 online / $20 at the door
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
Company: Puffy Shirt Productions         Official Web Site: puffyshirtproductions.com
Jorge is an actor and director born in San Juan, Puerto Rico where he graduated with a BA in Theater Education from the University of Puerto Rico. After moving to NY he trained in many studios including HB Studios.
Christin is a native New Yorker with a background in performing arts, playwriting, and production. She is a graduate of Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School for Music and Art and the Performing Arts, and of Fordham University. You can usually catch her at INTAR Theatre, as a member of their ensemble company, Unit52. Enthusiastically active in the Theatre community, she is also Co-Chair of Diversity of the YPAC-board of Theater Resources Unlimited and one of the Co-Founders of La Coop (La Cooperativa of New York Latin@ Artists). She is also a member of New York Women in Film & Television.

No stranger to the stage, Leticia has performed throughout the tri-state area as well as Toronto, Canada. Her stage experience spans over 20 years and encompasses a vast range of both modern and classical dramas, comedies, and musical theatre. Leticia has trained with George Dearani, Action Theatre Conservatory, and David Braucher. She is a Seinfeld fanatic, a twitter-holic and has held the role of mother to some critical acclaim.

Michael is a graduate of Queensborough Community College with an Associate's Degree in Performing Arts. Regional Theatre credits: The Favor (Chicago Fringe). New York Theatre credits: Wildlife (The Paradise Factory), The Skin of our Teeth (TADA! Theater), Memory Show (Dixon Place), Keeper of the Vineyards (American Theatre of Actors), Allie's Appendix (The Paradise Factory), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Original Binding Productions), Sex, Relationships, and Sometimes Love (The Producer's Club), and Spoon River Anthology (Roy Arias Theater). Film credits: Tupac: Genesis and Judgment. Michael is currently a member of the Articulate Theatre Company.