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Gloria and Emilio Estefan may be hitting the Great White Way!

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The Estefans have announced that a new Broadway musical based on their lives and music is in the works! The show will document the couples’ childhood in Cuba and transition to the United States. Their successes in the entertainment include the domination of the Spanish and English music world, winning Grammy Awards and  an expansive fan base across the Read More

In her own words: Brandi Bravo

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The New York International Fringe Festival  is back; for sixteen days in twenty venues throughout NYC there will be a performance to suit everyone’s taste. One of this year’s performances comes from a transplanted Texan,  her work “Women of Smoke”   sold out its debut this past weekend. We present to you Brandi Bravo , Read More

Yo Solo Festival

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If you are in the Chicago area, there is a new order tramadol festival on the local arts scene. The Yo Solo Festival is a collaboration between Teatro Vista and Collaboraction, two organizations committed to uplifting and promoting independent theater arts. From historic land battles in New Mexico, to Chicago through the eyes of Mexican Read More

Ricky Martin’s Evita

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There are very few people who don’t admire Ricky Martin. Whether it’s for his talent, his philanthropy, or the way he lives his life with honesty and elegance, you have to give him kudos for reaching adulthood without succumbing to the evils thrown at almost anyone who enters the entertainment arena as a child. Having Read More

DC-7 The Roberto Clemente Story

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Attending Off-Broadway productions is a great way to experience live theater without having to pay Broadway prices. It’s also a great way to support Latino actors and writers doing their thing. And you always have a chance to discover a gem, like the show I just saw. The story begins in Barrio San Anton, Carolina, Read More