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A TRULY MAGICAL PERFORMANCE OF “EL CORONEL NO TIENE QUIEN LE ESCRIBA”.

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Last Saturday, May 4th, Repertorio Español had a special performance of “El coronel no tiene quien le escriba” based on Gabriel García Márquez’s novel with audio description service for audience members with visual impairments.

This initiative was possible thanks to the Associate Artistic Producer of Repertorio Español Rafael Sánchez, and Montclair University, especially the Professor María José García and her students for providing braille hand programs, a pre-show experience to touch the scenery, props, scale model of the set, and description of what happens in the scenes through headphones.

Photos by Michael Palma Mir.

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REPERTORIO ESPAÑOL IS PROUD TO JOIN THE 2019 WORLDPRIDE CELEBRATION WITH THE PREMIERE OF “SMILEY”

REPERTORIO ESPAÑOL IS PROUD TO JOIN THE 2019 WORLDPRIDE CELEBRATION WITH THE PREMIERE OF “SMILEY”
REPERTORIO ESPAÑOL IS PROUD TO JOIN THE 2019 WORLDPRIDE CELEBRATION WITH THE PREMIERE OF “SMILEY”
REPERTORIO ESPAÑOL IS PROUD TO JOIN THE 2019 WORLDPRIDE CELEBRATION WITH THE PREMIERE OF “SMILEY”
REPERTORIO ESPAÑOL IS PROUD TO JOIN THE 2019 WORLDPRIDE CELEBRATION WITH THE PREMIERE OF “SMILEY”
REPERTORIO ESPAÑOL IS PROUD TO JOIN THE 2019 WORLDPRIDE CELEBRATION WITH THE PREMIERE OF “SMILEY”

“SMILEY” will debut on Friday, June 14th, 2019 at Repertorio Español, located at 138 East 27th St. in Manhattan, New York.

The comedy is written by Guillem Clua and directed by Ismanuel Rodríguez. The cast includes Rafa Sánchez, Omar Nieves, and Edmi de Jesús.

Repertorio Español is proud to announce the premiere of “SMILEY”. After a very successful run in Spain, South America, Europe, Puerto Rico, and most recently at the renowned LGBTQ festival in New York City, “Fuerza Fest,” presented by the Hispanic Federation, this comedy will now grace the stage of the emblematic theater on 27th street to celebrate LOVE and the 2019 WorldPride in NYC.

In Puerto Rico, the production of SMILEY was honored with awards for best production, direction, lighting design, costume, and scenery at the “Festival del Tercer Amor”. The comedy was also granted Best Direction and Production on Tour by ATI for the performance in New York at FuerzaFest.

The comedy, which brilliantly presents how two opposite people can fall in love in the most natural way despite all the odds, will have a run of 7 performances in the month of June. With this debut, Repertorio Español reaffirms its commitment to the varied and ever-changing audience that has supported it for over 50 years.

ABOUT THE PLAY

A Japanese legend says that when two people are destined to be together, an invisible red thread tied to the little finger of the hand binds them from the day they are born. Alex and Bruno, make a strange couple, whose only commonality is that they are men, and that they have fallen in love. Their differences seem insurmountable, and their antagonistic personalities, whether they like it or not, are united by that red thread, however often they are bound to break it.

Performed in Spanish with English supertitles. 

 

OPENING NIGHT: Friday, June 14, 2019 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCES:

Saturday, June 15, 2019 8:00 PM

Sunday, June 16, 2019 3:00 PM

Saturday, June 22, 2019 8:00 PM

Sunday, June 23, 2019 3:00 PM

Friday, June 28, 2019 8:00 PM

Saturday, June 29, 2019 8:00 PM

 

GUILLEN CLUA – PLAYWRIGHT

Guillem Clua is a playwright from Barcelona, Spain. He is considered one of the most innovative voices in the Spanish theater scene and part of a new generation of playwrights born in the seventies who are transforming the Catalan stage with their plays. Critics have described his work as multidisciplinary, eclectic, and very much concerned with narrative structure and plot. Storytelling is at the heart of his style, which combines elements of comedy, thriller and melodrama, a vibrant rhythm, and the unabashed influence of other media, such as television and cinema.

 

ISMANUEL RODRÍGUEZ – DIRECTOR

Born and raised in Puerto Rico, he studied a Bachelor of Arts in Drama (Theater Direction) from University of Kent at Canterbury. He also studied a Masters in Performing Arts from the University Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid. At the age of 7, he works at Sunshine s Café (WAPA TV). He was part of several movies since he was a child, such as Los Cuentos de Abelardo by Luis Molina. His first play was On Golden Pond, directed by Gilberto Valenzuela for Tablado Puertorriqueño. In Spain, he worked as Assistant Director in Divinas Palabras, directed by José Piris. He also assisted in the direction of Chekhov in the Garden, by the official company M. Chekhov for the Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid. He is a founding member of Tantai Teatro PR, company with more than 11 years of trajectory, with which he directs some of his biggest hits: Agua a Cucharadas by Quiara Alegría Hudes (Puerto Rico and Festival ENCUENTRO in Los Angeles), Ingenio (Wit) by Margaret Edson, the immersive experience Construyendo a Verónica, 8 mujeres sospechosas, Pegados: un musical diferente, Elvira and Jouvet, Paris años 40, among others. He also directs La Cueva de Salamanca, winner of the Young New Creators contest in Madrid, and several shows and concerts in Puerto Rico for artists like Lissette, Yolandita and Silverio Pérez.

 

TICKETS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

By phone: 1-212.225.9999 | Online: repertorio.nyc

In person: 138 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016

(Between Lexington and Third Avenues. Subway: # 6 to 23rd Street, W or R to 28th Street)

Monday 8:00am-6pm | Tuesday – Friday 8am-8pm|Saturday 10am-8pm | Sunday 10am-7:00pm

 

Discounts available for seniors, military and students with valid identification.

 

ABOUT REPERTORIO ESPAÑOL

Founded in 1968 by stage director René Buch and the late producer Gilberto Zaldívar, and joined by Robert Weber Federico in 1971, who now serves as Executive Producer, REPERTORIO has presented an unparalleled body of theater that promotes and divulges the rich heritage of Hispanic theater. Spanish masters like Calderón, Lope de Vega and García Lorca, renowned playwrights from Latin America and the growing body of American writers who capture the Latino experience in the U.S.—from Portland, LA, NYC, Washington DC, Texas, Washington Heights, Denver and Chicago– are all at home in REPERTORIO’s programming. As well, the company has presented acclaimed translations of plays by Edward Albee, Shakespeare, Tennessee Williams, Gian Carlo Menotti and Noel Coward.

The Company presents a rotating repertory of 13 different plays, musicals and dance concerts in over 300 performances every year. Its productions are seen by over 50,000 people annually at its home, the historic Gramercy Arts Theatre and on tour. Every year, approximately 20,000 students are introduced to the heritage of Spanish language theatre through its education program, ¡DIGNIDAD!

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Board Member Adam Dayan, Esq. shares his experience when he first attended Repertorio

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René Buch production of “Yerma”, 2002

“I attended my first performance at Repertorio Español about two decades ago when I was a 17-year old high school student. I had always loved Spanish but had never been to Spanish theater. I was accompanied by a group of classmates and my Spanish teacher, Elena Birman, to whom I owe a great debt for nurturing my love for Spanish and introducing me to Repertorio. The performance we saw was “Yerma”. What I remember most vividly about the show was the gravity of the subject matter and the emotion of the actors. What I loved about Repertorio was that it introduced me to a new way of enjoying Spanish culture and the arts in an intimate setting. Over the years my love for the arts has grown and I have stayed connected to Repertorio. I have seen many more performances since Yerma and supported Repertorio both personally and financially. Recently I joined the Board of Directors to become more involved in the theater’s future. I am excited to work with such a wonderful group of people and I am looking forward to exploring ways to help the theater thrive for many years to come.”

– Adam Dayan, Esq

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Adam & Michelle Dayan, Esq. at Repertorio’s 50th Anniversary Celebration.

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Students attending a matinee performance at Repertorio Español.

Did you know your contribution can allow a student to see a play for the very first time? With your generous contribution to Repertorio’s education program ¡Dignidad!, students from across the New York Area can attend a matinee performance with their school for a subsidized rate. MORE INFO>

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REPERTORIO ESPAÑOL ANNOUNCES THE PREMIERE OF “LA CELESTINA” THE TRAGICOMEDY OF CALISTO AND MELIBEA. A NEW ADAPTATION BASED ON FERNANDO DE ROJAS’ GOLDEN AGE MASTERPIECE.

“LA CELESTINA” begins previews on Friday, February 8th and premieres on Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 at Repertorio Español’s historic Gramercy Arts Theater located at 138 East 27th Street in Manhattan, New York.

The play is adapted and directed by Leyma López. The cast includes Zulema Clares as La Celestina, Gonzalo Trigueros as Calisto, Carmen Borla as Melibea, Gerardo Gudiño, Maria Cotto, Gilberto Gabriel Díaz as well as Imanol Fuentes, Sandra Gumuzzio and Mario Peguero making their company debuts.

Repertorio Español is proud to announce the premiere of Fernando de Rojas’ “LA CELESTINA” the historic first novel/play (a novel which is written in dialogue form) in Spanish literature adapted and directed by the Company’s Resident Director, Leyma López. The tragicomedy of Calisto and Melibea originally published in 16 acts in 1499 during a period of conflict, change, and ultimately, disharmony in Spain—one that the great scholar Américo Castro dubbed “the conflictive age.”

ABOUT THE PLAY
La Celestina is the tale based on same source material as “Romeo and Juliet” of a passionate love affair that ends in tragedy. Calisto, a young nobleman enters the garden of Pleberio in pursuit of his falcon. There he sees Pleberio’s daughter, Melibea, and falls madly in love with her, and enlists “La Celestina” to help seduce her.

Performed in Spanish with English Supertitles.

PREVIEWS
Friday, February 8, 2019 8:00 PM
Saturday, February 9, 2019 8:00 PM
Sunday, February 10, 2019 3:00 PM

OPENING NIGHT: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 7:00 PM

PERFORMANCES:
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 11:00 AM
Friday, February 15, 2019 08:00 PM
Saturday, February 16, 2019 03:00 PM
Friday, February 22, 2019 11:00 AM
Friday, February 22, 2019 08:00 PM
Friday, March 1, 2019 08:00 PM
Sunday, March 31, 2019 03:00 PM
Friday, April 5, 2019 11:00 AM
Friday, April 12, 2019 08:00 PM
Friday, May 3, 2019 11:00 AM
Friday, May 10, 2019 08:00 PM
More performances to be announced through 2019 & 2020.

FERNANDO DE ROJAS – PLAYWRIGHT
Fernando de Rojas (d. 1541), the author of “La Celestina”, was born in the fifteenth century in Puebla de Montalban near Toledo, Spain. “La Celestina” is the only book that Rojas ever wrote, and few details of his life have ever come to light. What is known is that he was a lawyer by trade, educated at the prestigious University of Salamanca and that he belonged to a noble family of Conversos, or Jews who adopted Christianity. The genesis of “La Celestina” also carries with it an air of mystery. According to Rojas, he came across the first act, entitled The Comedy of Calisto and Melibea, while in Salamanca. This first act had supposedly been penned by an anonymous author. Rojas found himself so enchanted with the work that he decided to expand and complete it during a two-week vacation from practicing law. From the nucleus first act was born a novel in dialogue from about two young lovers from different backgrounds who take a popular ideal of love in Rojas’s era to an extreme that bears tragic consequences for themselves and those around them.

LEYMA LÓPEZ – DIRECTOR
Born in San José de las Lajas in La Habana, Cuba. From 2001 to 2005 she went to school for direction and acting in the School of the Arts in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba and in 2009 received her degree in Acting and The Arts from The Superior Institute of La Habana. López was the founder and director of Rompecalles in 2007, a theatrical project focused on investigating classic text. In this project, she created adaptation of “Fedra” and “Asamblea de mujeres” (The Assembly of Women), two big stories in Greek mythology, which won the award of Festival Olga Alonso and the Municipal of San José de las Lajas award for Best Play.

López is presently Resident Director of Repertorio Español. She was the recipient of the Van Lier Award for Young Directors in 2012. At Repertorio Español she directed: “Por Gusto” (For Pleasure), “El Loco por Fuerza” (Insane by Force), “Hierba mala nunca muere” (Weeds Won’t Die), “Aire Frío” (Cool Air), “La Fiaca”, “Valor, agravio y mujer” (Courage, Betrayal, and a Woman Scorned) and a series of readings highlighting the works of 17th Century women playwrights. She has received various nominations and awards for ATI, ACE and HOLA.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
Phone: 1-212.225.9999 | Website: repertorio.nyc

138 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016
(Between Lexington and Third Avenues. Subway: # 6 to 23rd Street, W or R to 28th Street)
Monday 8:00am-6pm | Tuesday – Friday 8am-8pm|Saturday 10am-8pm | Sunday 10am-7:00pm

Discounts available for seniors, military and students with valid identification.

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It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.

It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.
It is with deep sorrow that Repertorio EspañoI announces the passing of one of its most memorable actors of its fifty years, Ricardo Barber.

 

Ricardo Barber, featured actor of Repertorio Español from 1981 until 2012, passed away suddenly in his home at New York’s Manhattan Plaza yesterday, Monday, December 17th 2018, in his 81st year.

Born in Placetas, Santa Clara, Cuba, Mr. Barber studied optometry and acting at Universidad de La Habana. After graduating in 1961, he formed part of the National Dramatic Group; then belonged to the theatre group La Rueda and later to Teatro Estudio (directed by legends, Raquel and Vicente Revuelta). In 1977, he began working in Madrid with Alonso Paso’s Compañía de Comedias; in 1981, he arrived in New York and immediately became a member of the repertory ensemble of Repertorio Español.

Repertorio’s Artistic Director, René Buch, praised Mr. Barber for his versatility, classic and contemporary, comic and dramatic: “He can do it all!” Mr. Buch directed the actor in some of his longest-running roles including in Gloria González’s “Café Con Leche,” Carmen Rivera’s “La Gringa,” as well as in Nilo Cruz’s “Anna in the Tropics.”  Colombian Jorge Ali Triana directed Mr. Barber in dramatic roles as diverse as Don Quijote in “El Quijote,” and the Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo in the “Feast of the Goat.”  Brazil’s renowned director, Antunes Filho, directed Mr. Barber in Nelson Rodrigues’ Carioca comedy, “All Nudity Will Be Punished.”

Additionally, at Repertorio Mr. Barber performed in the classics of Calderón, Lope and García Lorca, contemporary Latin American works by Emilio Carballido, Roberto Cossa, José Ignacio Cabrujas, Ricardo Talesnik, and Abelardo Estorino, as well as adaptations of works by García Márquez and Vargas Llosa.  In 1998, he, along with often-paired actress Ana Margarita Martínez-Casado, became the first actors in exile to return to Cuba to perform in Eduardo Machado’s “Broken Eggs,” the first time a play by a Cuban exile was presented in Cuba.

The actor retired in 2014, having garnered numerous awards throughout an illustrious career in Cuba, Spain and New York.  Mr. Barber is survived by his sisters Rosa Barber and Violeta Barber, his nephew Luis Mallo and his wife Ana Nery Fragoso and his grandnephew Sergio Mallo.

Friends may attend a memorial service at Repertorio Español at 138 East 27th Street, between Lexington and 3rd Avenues on Thursday, December 20th, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

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OLGA PERICET IS AWARDED WITH THE TOP NATIONAL DANCE PRIZE IN SPAIN

OLGA PERICET IS AWARDED WITH THE TOP NATIONAL DANCE PRIZE IN SPAIN
OLGA PERICET IS AWARDED WITH THE TOP NATIONAL DANCE PRIZE IN SPAIN
OLGA PERICET IS AWARDED WITH THE TOP NATIONAL DANCE PRIZE IN SPAIN
OLGA PERICET IS AWARDED WITH THE TOP NATIONAL DANCE PRIZE IN SPAIN
OLGA PERICET IS AWARDED WITH THE TOP NATIONAL DANCE PRIZE IN SPAIN

OCTOBER 09, 2018 – NEW YORK, NY – International Flamenco sensation, Olga Pericet, was awarded today with the National Dance Award for 2018 in Spain. This award represents the highest recognition in dance for her versatility and projection on stage.

The choreographer and ‘bailadora’ is now positioned as one of the most relevant figures in Spanish dance in history. Robert Federico the Executive Producer of Repertorio Español states:

“To have this jewel of a dancer here at Repertorio for the 4th time is the greatest honor and the greatest validation for the mission of Repertorio as a home for the greatest Hispanic and Latinx artists”.

Olga Pericet continues for a limited run with her new production “Enfoque” at Repertorio Español until October 21st. “Enfoque” is a celebratory tribute honoring Carmen Amaya’s vast scope and passion while simultaneously showcasing Olga Pericet’s own unique and powerful technique

PERFORMANCES:

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 7:00 PM

Thursday, October 11, 2018 7:00 PM

Friday, October 12, 2018 8:00 PM

Saturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 PM

Sunday, October 14, 2018 3:00 PM

 

 

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 7:00 PM

Thursday, October 18, 2018 7:00 PM

Friday, October 19, 2018 8:00 PM

Saturday, October 20, 2018 8:00 PM

Sunday, October 21, 2018 3:00 PM

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THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL

THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL
THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL
THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL
THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL
THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL
THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL
THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL
THE RETURN OF FLAMENCO STAR OLGA PERICET TO REPERTORIO THIS FALL

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“Olga Pericet in a powerhouse performance… –The New York Times” –The New York Times

“Ms. Pericet, a brash flamenco dancer who can take on many personas in a single performance..” –The New York Times

“Expect to be surprised; besides being a fiery and technically accomplished performer, Pericet is a mercurial presence and a fearless experimenter.” –The New Yorker

 

After 3 years of critically acclaimed runs that The New York Times described as a “powerhouse performance,” Flamenco Star Olga Pericet will return to Repertorio Español in October 2018 with her new show “Focal Point”.

Pericet, who premiered “Flamenco Untitled” in 2015 at Repertorio, will return to the 27th Street theatre for three-weeks run from October 3rd to 21st. One of the most accomplished Flamenco dancers on the globe, she has garnered rave reviews from The New York Times, New York Magazine, and many more as well as MAX Award winner of the Performing Arts for Best Dancer in 2015 among many others.

Pericet will again be joined by renowned guitarist Antonia Jimenez, unique in that she is one of the few female flamenco guitarists in the industry as well as an extraordinarily accomplished Spanish guitarist in her own right. The show will also include interludes of songs and solos featuring renowned singers Inma “La Carbonera” and Miguel Lavi.

Executive Producer Robert Weber Federico stated: “We are beyond proud to herald the return of Pericet to Repertorio Español. Flamenco dance is one of the cornerstones of the 50-year trajectory of our theatre.”

 

OLGA PERICET – DANCER, BAILAORA & CHOREOGRAPHER

Olga Pericet is one of the most adventuresome artists in flamenco today, having studied at the Conservatory of Córdoba as well as a guest artist in prestigious dance companies like Nuevo Ballet Español and the Ballet Nacional de España, among many others. Her art has taken her across the globe to international festivals in Washington, New York, Miami, London, Sevilla, Madrid as well as in Netherlands, China, France and Australia just being a few. She currently tours with three shows, “A Thorn That Would Be A Rose”,” “Body Infinite” and her new production “Focal Point.” Her many awards include the Villa de Madrid Award for best dance performer (2006), the Pilar López National Flamenco Award, the MAX award for choreographing, the first prize in both choreography and music in the Flamenco and Spanish Dance Choreography Contest in Madrid (2004), Best Female Dance Performer nomination for the 15th Performing Arts MAX award (2012), MAX award for the Best Female Dancer for “Footprints” (2015) and the Critics Award of Festival de Jerez (2017).

OPENING NIGHT:

Wednesday, October 3, 2018 7:00 PM

 

PERFORMANCES:

Thursday, October 4, 2018 7:00 PM

Friday, October 5, 2018 8:00 PM

Saturday, October 6, 2018 8:00 PM

Sunday, October 7, 2018 3:00 PM

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 7:00 PM

Thursday, October 11, 2018 7:00 PM

Friday, October 12, 2018 8:00 PM

Saturday, October 13, 2018 8:00 PM

Sunday, October 14, 2018 3:00 PM

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 7:00 PM

Thursday, October 18, 2018 7:00 PM

Friday, October 19, 2018 8:00 PM

Saturday, October 20, 2018 8:00 PM

Sunday, October 21, 2018 3:00 PM

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