Six Different plays, Six different companies,
La Vida de Lola y Pedro (Fri, July 13– 8pm)
Grupo Brazeros Danza Teatro (Spanish)
By Edward Coward. Adapted &Directed by Ruben Valencia
Una historia de amor que lo llevará en un carrusel de emociones.
Venecia en el Horizonte (Sat, July 14– 8pm)
Grupo: Bilingual Foundation of the Arts (Spanish)
By Jorge Accame. Directed by Hugo Quintana
Un viaje insólito en busca de un amor del pasado.
Balada de un Verano en La Habana (Sun, July 15– 5pm)
Grupo: Tierra Blanca Theatre company (Spanish)
By Hector Santiago. Directed by Gerardo Gutierrez
Dos hermanos cubanos se reencuentan después de 20 años de exilio.
La Soldadera (Friday, July 20– 8pm)
Group: R.Y.E (English)
Written and Directed by Richard Yñiguez.
Women’s lives held in the balance during the Mexican Revolution.
Drácula A Spanish Version (Saturday July 21– 8pm)
Grupo Manolo Travieso Production (Spanish)
By Luis Santeiro. Directed by Manolo Travieso
¿Quien dijo que Drácula no hacia peliculas ...y en español?
A Black Woman Speaks (Sunday, July 22– 5pm)
Group Inner City Cultural Center (English)
By Beah Richards. Directed by Karmin Murcelo
Bilingual Foundation of the Arts
The mission of the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts (BFA) is to serve communities by presenting classic Spanish language drama and contemporary plays on Hispanic themes to English- and Spanish-speaking audiences, thereby bringing awareness of the diversity of the Hispanic culture through theater. Within this mission, BFA provides educational resources and training opportunities in the performing arts.
BFA’s vision is to positively affect the image and self-esteem of Hispanic people; to influence the inclusion of Hispanic cultural arts in public school curricula; to share the beauty of Hispanic drama with the entire community; and to create a pool of talented well-trained, experienced Hispanic theater artists.