Written by Al Borde News
Published on April 12, 2012
The songbook of Grammy Award winners David Hidalgo sand Louie Pérez of Los Lobos drives Evangeline, the Queen of Make-Believe, a multimedia play with music by Theresa Chavez, Louie Pérez and Rose Portillo that takes its title from the group’s 1985 rocker “Evangeline.”
Written by Ángel Aguilar
Published on April 5, 2012
“The Who’s Tommy”, the first musical work turned rock opera, takes its direction from the band’s fourth release Tommy, an album that tells the story of a kid who after witnessing his father kill his mother’s lover, turns deaf, dumb and blind. That traumatic episode witnessed by the young Tommy makes him turn inward into his own world where he only responds to his image in mirrors. He later becomes a pinball wizard and is admired by his peers, unexpectedly becoming the leader of a youth movement.
Written by Alicia Monsalve
Published on July 7, 2011
Durante este cálido verano, podrás disfrutar de funciones y talleres de teatro completamente gratuitas en medio de la naturaleza. Un programa ofrecido por ISC permite a personas de todas las edades formar parte de talleres de teatro y asistir a montajes de obras de William Shakespeare en un anfiteatro natural situado en el hermoso ambiente del Griffith Park en Los Angeles. La experiencia se extenderá desde el 10 de julio al 28 de agosto. Las obras que podrán apreciarse en esta temporada son “Las alegres comadres de Windsor” (The Merry Wives if Windsor”), “Trabajos de amor perdidos” (Love’s labour lost”) y “Hamlet”.
Written by Hilda Gabriela
Published on June 16, 2011
Meet Dulce Maria Solis, comedienne, actor, writer, and a Latina. She’s the creator and star of “Dr. Pujas Red Dot”, a comedic online web series that has Dulce Maria playing the role of an Indian doctor handing out ill-loved advice. As successful as that role has been, YouTube views in the thousands for some episodes, for the next few days and as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival, Dulce Maria will take on a more serious role and one she knows far too well.