Bruce Willis premieres Latin-themed play in NYC

The severed head of my mom is a black comedy that is presented at the Theater Row theater complex, located on 42nd Street in Manhattan. According to its author, Charlie Cissel, the idea to write this play came from his experience working in a Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles. “What I love most about this […]

book reveals more details of his Brooklyn trial

El Chapo. Beyond reasonable doubt is an account of the trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera carried out in Brooklyn and is also a journalistic blog where its author, Jesus Garcia, shares the details of the coverage of this relevant event for the justice of Mexico and the United States. “Guzmán Loera, as many of us […]

Community theater in Brooklyn with ‘Los pinches chamacos’

Esteban Castellanos prepares to give one more performance of his monologue The missing child. He has been presenting this show for 19 years and came to New York at the invitation of the Labor Justice Project, which provided its facilities for the show. “Well, this space is a kitchen area, a cellar area but now […]

Los Angeles Azules celebrate their 40th anniversary in New York

The blue Angels They are the Mexican musical group that has earned the recognition of the public as the creators of the urban cumbia in the Aztec country. Originally from Mexico City, the Mejía Avante family turns 40 and celebrates them with an international tour of various cities in the United States. Under the title […]

STOMP kicks off off-Broadway reopening in NYC

The opening of STOMP It came a few days before the Broadway League announced new sanitary measures for its upcoming reopening to the public. However, the productions in the Off-Broadway they are adopting such protocols, such as requiring members of the production and audience to be fully vaccinated to enter the theater. And it is […]

Arturo O’Farrill and Afro-Latin music party New York

Arturo O’Farrill He has earned the respect of the Latino music industry, not only for his compositions but also for his work as an activist and educator. O’Farrill recently starred alongside several musicians in the documentary Fandango on the wall; a film that collects the experiences of a great concert that takes place on both […]

New York emerging artists converge on the Shed

Nestled in the Hudson Yards area, The Shed this summer reclaims its position as an important cultural space in Manhattan. One of his proposals for this season: Open Call, which in Spanish would be something like Open Invitation, is a multidisciplinary exhibition made up of the different voices of 27 local artists. Solana Chehtman, Director […]

‘We need this, we need life … joy’: mariachi

The amphitheater of the new Little Island park was decked out with the rhythm of Mexican music. After brief preparations and a short rehearsal, the public was able to enjoy the chords of the Mariachi Real de México in a free concert for all who were visiting the park. “We are bringing live music, again, […]

film to premiere in Tribeca

The filmmaker of Latin origin, Vee Bravo, will premiere his film FIRST Line of Defense in Chile, within the framework of the twentieth edition of the Tribeca Film Festival. FIRST is a documentary feature film that collects various details of the social uprising that is still in force in this South American nation, having as […]

50 years dancing to the rhythm of New York

How to celebrate half a century of life? The Ballet Hipánico from New York will do it dancing. And for this, his talented ensemble rehearses – without rest – the choreographies of the different pieces that will make up the presentation, which this year will be done virtually. Eduardo Vilaro, artistic director and CEO of […]