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A Minor League Musical, Primed for the Majors

Twitter: @BarbotRobot DC-7: The Roberto Clemente Story, a new musical at the illustrious Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, teases at a wonderful idea - that Roberto Clemente, the legendary Puerto Rican member of the …
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Salsation Presents The Brown Supremacy

Do you really think George Lopez is the only funny Latino out there? Please! Take the Salsation guys, for example. The troupe performed on January 9 at  The Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival, …
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Up In Smoke

Down past a cobblestone road and a half-row of terra cotta brick townhouses in downtown Brooklyn, The Heights Players theater stands ensconced within a small, late nineteenth century Gothic Revival chapel. The …
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More Than Just a Delivery Boy

A delivery boy who inadvertently brings companionship to lonely New Yorkers? That’s the concept behind venezolano Eduardo Leanez’ one-man play, Delivery Boy, which recently won best short at Teatro La Tea’s, One …
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Windows to the Guts of the Soul

Sylvia Bofill’s new play, Windows, centers around three women - mother, daughter, and grandaughter- seamlessly jumping around in time (past and present tenses are disjointed), memories (dreams and unfulfilled goals abound), and …
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