Sinteatro Intimus to Present AT THE END OF THE CENTURY at Teatro LATEA, 2/20-3/9
Sinteatro Intimus will present AT THE END OF THE CENTURY, written & directed by Aminta DeLara, from February 20 through March 9, 2014, at Teatro LATEA. Lorraine Rodriguez-Reyes is Associate Producer.
AT THE END OF THE CENTURY is a play about a man & woman who share a love for the same man. They meet after his death, believing that by doing so, they will settle their unfinished legal obligations for the man they both loved. This unfinished business releases a firestorm of personal resentments & unresolved mourning. Will they be able to see past their differences & can they struggle through the darkness to find a light of their own?
Featured in the cast are Howard Collado, Marion Elaine & Robert Ramos. Music is by Maria Euginia Atilano.
Howard Collado is a two-time HOLA Award recipient for his work in I Want You by My Side & most recently in Glass Cord. A recent project includes the filming of a pilot being pitched to Comedy Central called Not in My Neighborhood. Marion Elaine is a born & raised New York actress. Her recent credits include Intimus' premiere production, The Importance of Being Blanca, Steph in Reasons to be Pretty & the independent feature Do You Think I'm Pretty? Robby Ramos is a graduate of the Terry Schreiber Studio One-Year Conservatory, where he continues to study with Terry Schreiber. Recent credits include Balm in Gilead at The 45 Street Theatre, You Can't Take it with You at The Gloria Maddox Theatre & Contigo at The Signature Theatre.
Aminta DeLara is an award winning actor & director. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts & a founding member of the theatre group Intimus. Aminta has earned credits in both Venezuela & the US in acting, directing & writing. Recent projects include directing Aviones de Papel, by Diana Chery at Teatro LaTea in New York City, for which she received an HOLA (Hispanic Organization of Latino Actors) Award for Best Director in 2011 & the film El Rumor de las Piedras, directed by Alejandro Bellame, in which she played a major role, opened in June 2011 as part of the Merida Film Festival in Venezuela, earning the Best Movie award.
Lorraine Rodriguez-Reyes Associate Produced the reading of The Genius by Daniel Mitura at Atlantic Theatre, the Stripped Festival in association with Barefoot Theatre Company & East 3rd Productions at the Cherry Lane, the Israel Horovitz Festival Reading & Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz's A Bicycle Country at Theatre Row & The Weird Sisters at the Gene Frankel. Her most current projects were a reading of Gloria, a new screenplay adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's masterpiece The Beautiful & the Damned at Playwrights Horizons & a reading of Kathleen McGhee-Anderson's new play A Shift in Gravity, starring award-winning actress S. Epatha Merkerson.
Sinteatro Intimus is a collective of artists who are striving to bring theatre back to its original ritual form. We aim to strip our work down to the core, presenting it in its purest state. Our minimalist approach to our work allows us the freedom to create photographs of the soul without the distraction of conventional forms. This ideal carries over into every aspect of our performances, from physical space to our relationship with our audience. We hope you will be part of this experience with us, because our goal is to share, not just to show. We enjoy breaking the rules & invite you to join us as we venture into the unknown, searching to illuminate the conditions that bind us all together as humans.