Repertorio Brings Latino Theater to The New York Times
On Monday, April 14th, the cast of the production “21” was invited by the organization Voces: The Latino Heritage Network of The New York Times to present a scene from the play and join Repertorio’s Resident Director José Zayas and the 2012 MetLife ‘Nuestras Voces’ winner Marco Antonio Rodríguez for an insightful panel discussion for the publication’s employees. In a beautiful setting perched above midtown Manhattan in the iconic New York Times Building, the employees of the distinguished newspaper – always a friend to Repertorio throughout the decades – sat down and discussed the current state of Latino theater in New York City with moderator Pedro Rafael Rosado.
An amazing opportunity to perform for one of the world’s largest publications, the team shared the history of the theater, the current changing and fluid state of the latino theater scene, how the MetLife ‘Nuestras Voces’ National Playwriting Competition ensures art for future generations of writers, and Repertorio’s upcoming premiere of Barceló con hielo.
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Marco Antonio Rodríguez’s winning play – Barceló con hielo – will premiere on Friday, June 13th at Repertorio Español, thanks to the generous support of the MetLife Foundation. For tickets and reservations, call (212) 225 9999 or visit www.repertorio.org/barcelo.
Actors Sandor Juan and Frank Rodríguez
Co-Chair of The New York Times Latino Network Deyanira Martínez with Frank Rodríguez
Actress Dalia Davi and actor Frank Rodríguez
Actress Dalia Davi, actors Frank Rodríguez and Abdel González
(From left to right) Actors Sandor Juan, Dalia Davi, Abdel González, Frank Rodríguez, Resident Director José Zayas, playwright Marco Antonio Rodríguez and New York Times Manager of Video Operations Pedro Rafael Rosado.
(From left to right) Actors Sandor Juan, Dalia Davi, Abdel González, Frank Rodríguez, Resident Director José Zayas and playwright Marco Antonio Rodríguez.
(From left to right) Abdel González, Dalia Davi, Frank Rodríguez, Sandor Juan, Executive Producer Robert Weber Federico, Manager of Special Projects & Educational Outreach Allison Astor Vargas, Resident Director José Zayas and Public Relations Associate Kevin Tighe Martínez.
Photos courtesy of Michael Palma.