LATEA Presents ENTRE QUIEN, CUAL Y SEA Tonight
Entre Quien, Cual y Sea, a theater play examining the significance of self through three nameless characters. The play will be staged in Spanish with English supertitles. Directed by Gama Valle, the piece follows a tangle of identities, wittily bordering on the absurd.
It examines the origin of community through miscommunication. The play is written by IrA and inspired in the text of Giorgio Agamben, The Coming Community. Featuring actors: Zahydé Pietri, Zuleinette Ralat, Karla Mayté, Gabriel Leyva, and Juan Villarreal.
About the Director
Gama Valle holds an MFA in Directing from The New School for Drama. In 2010 Mr. Valle was awarded the Van Lier Directing Fellowship with the Spanish Repertory Theatre.
About the Author
IrA holds an MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish from NYU. In 2012, IrA's masters thesis, Entre Quien, Cual y Sea received the honor of being selected to participate in the International Theater Art Institute's (IATI) Cimiento's Play Development Program.
About LATEA- a collective artistic group founded in 1982, dedicated to challenging the under-recognition of Latino artists, as producers, writers, and dramatists. It aims to inspire, nurture, challenge, amaze, educate and empower artists and audiences alike. LATEA's leadership lead to the founding of the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, an award-winning landmark building & one of New York's largest arts incubator.
General admission: $20
Student (with ID): $15
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