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DescolonizARTE Teatro

November 8, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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Friday, November 8th

DescolonizARTE Teatro

$20 general admission. $10 for Timucua Members, veterans, active military, and students.


Descolonizarte Teatro will present two Latin American plays in the first public Spanish-language production on the Timucua Arts Foundation stage on Friday, November 8: El Delantal Blanco by Sergio Vodanovic (Chile) and El Censo by Emilio Carballido (Mexico).


In an evening directed by Nadia Garzón, the ensemble features Ricky Avila, Edna Betancourt, Oscar J. Cuesta, Aurora Davidowitz, Bernardo Mayorga, Lisa María Morales, Paula Trinidad and Leonor Velosa.


Through the use of theater as a tool for decolonization, Descolonizarte Teatro seeks to provide opportunities for Latin American playwrights, directors, actors and actresses to showcase their talents, while recognizing the Latin American experience and celebrating Latin American culture and its contributions in and outside the United States.


Descolonizarte Teatro presentará por primera vez en el escenario de
Timucua Arts Foundation, dos obras Latinoamericanas completamente en
Español el Viernes 8 de Noviembre: El Delantal Blanco de Sergio Vodanovic
(Chile) y El Censo de Emilio Carballido (México).

En una noche bajo la dirección de Nadia Garzón, la compañía teatral presenta a Ricky Avila, Edna Betancourt, Oscar J. Cuesta, Aurora Davidowitz, Bernardo Mayorga, Lisa María Morales, Paula Trinidad y Leonor Velosa.

Mediante el uso del teatro como herramienta para la descolonización, Descolonizarte Teatro busca brindar oportunidades para que dramaturgos, directores y actores Latinoamericanos muestren sus talentos, y al mismo tiempo busca reconocer la experiencia Latinoamericana y celebrar la
cultura y sus contribuciones dentro y fuera de los Estados Unidos.


November 8, 2019
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Timucua Arts Foundation
2000 South Summerlin Avenue
Orlando, FL 32806 United States

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