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I've Failed, I've Failed, I've Failed  | Open: 12/08/13 Close: 12/08/13
COLECTIVODOSZETA will premier “I’ve failed/I’ve failed /I’ve failed”: A journey in which artistic director Carlos A. Cruz Velázquez explores the idea of emotions around the meaning of failure in our society, by layering different elements of contemporary dance, physical theater, performance art, and a complex movement language.Mexico and New York-based colectivodoszeta / carlos a. cruz velázquez creates emotionally charged movement experiences that explore ideas of beauty, romance and the human condition. Drawing from an array of images, sounds, personalities and energy. Cruz Velázquez embraces individually and transports the audience to a world where the gentle and grotesque meet


Dance Theater"

Dance.Dance Theater

The ONE Festival Now In Its 8th Year At Teatro Latea  | Open: 04/05/13 Close: 04/10/13
Caicedo Productions and Teatro LATEA present the 8th annual The ONE Festival. This exciting festival begins on April 1st through April 14th, 2013. The ONE Festival will have a two-week theatrical run, with multi-talented playwrights and performing artists from all over the world. They are competing for a grand prize of $1000.00 one thousand dollars and a week long workshop production of their piece by Caicedo Productions and Teatro LATEA. This annual is event a showcase of the best theatrical solo works from men and women this year. Performance Schedule for 2013:April 1, 2013AR Garcia "I Love Them All" and Felix Hiciano "Ths is Me Stripped"April 2, 2013Kilusan Bautista "Universal Self" and Felix Hiciano "This is me Stripped"April 3, 2013Ron Sarcos "Efectos Personales" and Ralina Cardona "The Candidate...Respect For a Better Community"April 4, 2013Ralina Cardona "The Candidate...Respect For a Better Community" and Lisandra Sanchez Rivera-Payan "The Trouble with Girly Parts"April 5, 2013AR Garcia "I Love Them All" and Kilusan Bautista "Universal Self"April 6, 2013Kilusan Bautista "Universal Self" and Omayra Garriga Casiano "F%*king Cold"April 7th, 2013Omayra Garriga Casiano "F%*king Cold" and Lisandra Sanchez Rivera-Payan "The Trouble with Girly Parts"April 8, 2013Ralina Cardona "The Candidate...Respect For a Better Community" and Felix Hiciano "This is me Stripped"April 9, 2013Felix Hiciano "This is me Stripped" and Ron Sarcos "Efectos Personales" April 11, 2013Kilusan Bautista "Universal Self" and Cheryl Francis Harrington "I Met Someone"April 12, 2013Omayra Garriga Casiano "F%*king Cold" and Ron Sarcos "Efectos Personales" April 13, 2013Cheryl Francis Harrington "I Met Someone" and Lisandra Sanchez Rivera-Payan "The Trouble with Girly Parts"April 14, 2013Cheryl Francis Harrington "I Met Someone" and AR Garcia "I Love Them All"


Solo Performance"

Theater.Solo Performance

Oil On Canvas Directed By Mariana Cerrano King  | Open: 03/05/13 Close: 03/05/13
OIL ON CANVAS is the story of two working class siblings, Claribel and Carlos, from San Antonio, Texas. Claribel is a promising young painter with a natural talent who dreams of attending a prestigious art school in New York, but gender inequality issues in her family and her community work to suppress her talents and her ambitions. Carlos on the other hand, does not have any goals of own, but being the male sibling, he is pressured to succeed and to prove his worth as a man, causing him to join the military. But when he returns from service with post-traumatic stress-disorder, the family is thrown into despair, until Claribel discover that through her paintings she can, quite literally, transform the reality of their surroundings, and steer them all toward a path of healing and empowerment. Claribel - Heather VelazquezCarlos - Oscar CabreraMarta - Socorro SantiagoTomas - Gilbert CruzRecruiter/Admissions Officer/Colors - Bobby PlasenciaCrystal - Diomargy Nuñez Victor - Aldo Uribe


Drama"

Theater.Drama

The Importance Of Being Blanca  | Open: 11/02/12 Close: 11/04/12
"Three characters will try, or not, to get their hands on the money in the briefcase at the Restaurant where nobody sings."


Comedy"

Theater.Comedy

Tango Fever - A New Play By Meri Wallace  | Open: 09/19/12 Close: 10/07/12
Anna seemingly has it all. A great profession, A loving husband, and life in the big city.But look a little deeper and you will find a woman who's life like the rest of ours is not as neat as appears. She takes care of an ailing husband, She is not sure if it was smart enough to wait till the clock was ticking to start a family. Life has day to day become so repetitive that not even therapy is working anymore. So like many people in this situation Anna decides to revisit a passion of long ago the Tango. It not only brings the passion and the fire back into her life in the form of Paul. It brings about more intensity and complications than Anna ever thought were possible. In an instant making her question every choice she has ever made as woman until this point.The Tango, and Mr. Muro's dance company become the sobering fever Anna needed to remember what it means to be alive.The play is Choreograph by Valeria Solomonoff.Stars; World renowned tango dancer Esteban Domenichini- Lead Dancer of the musical TANGUERA and Mariana ParmaCast: Cecilia Saia, Teresa Ann Volgenau, Ed Goytia, Ed Trucco, Sandra Maren Scheneider, Nelson Landrieu as Mr. Muro


Dance Theater"

Dance.Dance Theater

Sane  | Open: 09/25/12 Close: 10/02/12
Jenny's Sanity is restored when she's ordered to do community service and encounters a group of people who give her the courage to face the one person she's been running from.


Solo Performance"

Theater.Solo Performance

Glass Cord  | Open: 05/03/12 Close: 05/20/12
In the searing hot 1970s of the Bronx, New York on Tar Beach, a young Puerto Rican girl, Lupe, attempts to cut through conservative Catholic values, old world culture, and street law. Lupe finds solace on her buildings rooftop where bird coops and kite flying allow her to dance with ancestors and to dream of freedom.


Drama"

El Gringuito  | Open: 04/26/12 Close: 04/29/12
"El-Gringuito" Written and performed by ric-Dominique Prez, Directed by A.B. Lugo, Assistant directed and stage managed by Bobby Baker, and Choreography by Tru Essencia Dance and Wellness, Inc. will be performed as the winner of Caicedo Productions "ONE FESTIVAL" for 5 performances TEATRO LATEA.

"El-Gringuito" is a One Man Show written and performed by ric-Dominique Prez, it's about a redhead Latino, who explores the ups and downs of finding acceptance in a Latin-community where "you don't look like anyone around you." It's a poignant and hilarious account of growing up looking different while trying to belong within his people. This show will be presented in English, French and Spanish.

The show runs from April 26th, 2012-April 29, 2012.


Solo Performance"

The One Festival  | Open: 04/05/12 Close: 04/22/12
TEATRO LATEA and CAICEDO PRODUCTIONS proudly present the "THE ONE FESTIVAL!" the Seventh annual event showcasing new theatrical works by solo performers.

Featuring multi-talented playwrights and performance artists from across the U.S., "THE ONE FESTIVAL!" will have a two-week theatrical run from April 4- 22, 2012 at Teatro LATEA, located at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center on New York City's vibrant Lower East Side.

"THE ONE FESTIVAL" will showcase original, non-published theatrical works, both full-length and shorts. Each work will be performed four times during the festival. At the conclusion of the festival, the audience favorite will be awarded the grand prize of a full theatrical production at Teatro LATEA.

To win the grand prize, a work must receive a minimum of 75 votes from participating audience members during the course of the festival. The piece with the most votes will be declared the festival winner
"THE ONE!"


Solo Performance"

The One Festival  | Open: 04/05/12 Close: 04/07/12
TEATRO LATEA and CAICEDO PRODUCTIONS proudly present the "THE ONE FESTIVAL!" the Seventh annual event showcasing new theatrical works by solo performers. ONE ParticipantsWritten and Performed by: Cathie Boruch -“Up the Down Staircase” A wacky jersey girls experience in corporate America with a rock and roll hippy soulApril 13, 2012 @8pmApril 16, 2012 @8pmWritten and Performed by: Sara Contreras-“Life Lines”A comedic look at one Latina's past and present, and her winning battle against paranoia and Father TimeApril 19, 2012 @8pmApril 21, 2012 @8pmWritten and Performed by: Dalia Davi-“Maria Montez Queen of Technicolor”A south Bronx actress is possessed by the spirit of Maria Montez. The first Dominican leading to conquer 1940s Hollywood. April 10, 2012 @8pmApril 20, 2012 @8pmWritten and Performed by: Kamsy Duarte-“Now and Then”Young Julio takes you through his quest in life which shows his search for an identity through various periods.April 10, 2012 @8pmApril 21, 2012 @5pmWritten and Performed by: Fariso Jordan-“Georgia”Georgia maneuvers through love after rape. After a young couple survives this quiet violence, the play shows the staggered reality of what happens when a single thrust unlocks different answers to the same question. April 9, 2012 @8pmApril 14, 2012 @8pmWritten and Performed by: Lailah Lancing-"Whahahappenwuz!!!"Find out how a young child from jersey turned to be the sensational LAILAH LANCING!!!!!April 13, 2012 @8pm April 17, 2012 @8pmWritten by: Eduardo Leanez and Patrick E. Horrigan - "You Are Confused!” You are Confused is a story of the relationship between a gay Latino boy and his mother.Performed by: Eduardo LeanezApril 9, 2012 @8pmApril 22, 2012 @4pmWritten and Performed by: Gustavo Pace-“Naked Brazilian”Our hero abandons his father's dreams for him in Brazil, to pursue his own dreams of adventure and sexual freedom in America.April 12, 2012 @8pmApril 18, 2012 @8pm Written and Performed by: Jose Roldan Jr.-“Father Forgive Me For I Have Sinned”A South Bronx Tale - about Life, Love and Sazón.April 11, 2012 @8pmApril 14, 2012 @8pmWritten Yasmin Bowe-Woods -“FETISH”Performed by: Nadijah Abdul KhaliqA young talented, ambitious and determined woman relocates to New York City to follow her dreams. Soon she finds herself going down a very slippery slope.April 14, 2012 @5pmApril 21, 2012 @5pmWritten and Performed by: R. Ernie Silva-“Trouble Man”A story about a man who finds trouble in smoke, mirrors and circular lies.April 11, 2012 @8pmApril 19, 2012 @8pmWritten and Performed by: Nate Speare-“We Died of Thirst”A young brat follows Ronald Reagan through the Underworld.April 12, 2012 @8pmApril 16, 2012 @8pmWritten By: Christine Suero and Leticia Castillo - “A Little Sugar for the Heart”A recipe for love and life brewed right at home.Performed by: Christine SueroApril 17, 2012 @8pmApril 22, 2012 @4pmWritten and Performed by: Alfedo Tauste-“SHAMAN”A REAl PANIC THERAPY- a multi-directed drama that will reveal a spiritual-analytical reality based on energetic and sensorial memories, traumas, dreams, nightmares, photographs, drawings, and personal monsters of the artist and creator, with the help of 5 directorsApril 15, 2012 @4pmApril 18, 2012 @8pmWritten and Performed by: Marilyn Torres-“SANE”Meet an array of women from different backgrounds who face theirdemons concerning relationships, family, work and other life issuesthat threaten their sanity. April 15, 2012 @4pmApril 20, 2012 @8pmWritten and Performed by: Mac Welch-“Zero Population Growth”An engaging look a five different perspectives on the modern human experience.April 14, 2012 @5pmApril 21, 2012 @8pm teatro la tea teatro latea


Solo Performance"

Theater.Solo Performance

Canciones De Mujer  | Open: 03/31/12 Close: 04/01/12
CANCIONES DE MUJER
A concert of songs written by Latin-American women, featuring compositions by Mara Grever, Consuelo Velzquez, Sylvia Rexach, Violeta Parra, Chabuca Granda and many others.

On Saturday, March 31 at 8 pm and Sunday, April 1 at 3 pm, Teatro LATEA presents a special concert Canciones de Mujer, featuring the songs of Latin American women composers, as conceived, directed and accompanied by noted Uruguayan-born pianist and conductor Pablo Zinger, and sung by vocalists Brenda Feliciano (Puerto Rico), Gizelxanath (Mxico), Leonardo Granados (Venezuela) and Virginia Herrera-Crilly (Mxico).
While Latin American women were kept out of the ranks of classical music composition with a few notable exceptions, such as Teresa Carreo they took a very prominent role in popular song, and in some cases, such as Mara Grever, they competed head to head with their male counterpart.
Such well know songs as Bsame mucho, Gracias a la vida, Jrame, and Fina estampa were written by women (who often wrote both music and lyrics).
Hear these songs and many more at Teatro LATEA on March 31 and April 1. For reservations, call (212) 529-1948. Admission: $ 20, students and seniors $ 15. Teatro LATEA is situated in the Clemente Soto Vlez Cultural & Educational Center, 107 Suffolk Street, New York, accesible with the F, J, M, and Z subways.



(Spanish version)
CANCIONES DE MUJER
Un concierto de canciones escritas por mujeres de Amrica Latina, incluyendo composiciones de Mara Grever, Consuelo Velzquez, Sylvia Rexach, Violeta Parra, Chabuca Granda y muchas otras.
El sbado 31 de marzo a las 8 de la noche y domingo 1 de abril a las 3 de la tarde, Teatro LATEA presenta un concierto especial, Canciones de Mujer, dedicado a las canciones de compositoras latinoamericanas, concebido, dirigido y acompaado por el conocido pianista y director uruguayo Pablo Zinger, con los vocalistas Brenda Feliciano (Puerto Rico) Gizelxanath (Mxico), Leonardo Granados (Venezuela) y Virginia Herrera-Crilly (Mxico).
Mientras las mujeres latinoamericanas fueron mantenidas al margen de la composicin de msica clsica con pocas y notables excepciones, como Teresa Carreo s tuvieron un papel sumamente prominente en la cancin popular, y en algunos casos, tales como el de Mara Grever, compitieron exitosamente con sus colegas hombres.
Canciones como Bsame mucho, Gracias a la vida, Jrame y Fina estampa fueron escritas por mujeres (que frecuentemente escriban msica y letra).
Oiga esas canciones y muchas otras, en el Teatro LATEA el 31 de marzo y 1 de abril. Para reservar entradas, llamar al (212) 529-1948. Precios: $ 20 entrada general, estudiantes y retirados $ 15. El Teatro LATEA est situado en el Centro Cultural y Educacional Clemente Soto Vlez , 107 Suffolk Street, New York, accesible con los subways F, J, M, y Z.


Cabaret"