TEATRO PROMETEO PRESENTS CYRANO MIO AS PART OF HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH CELEBRATIONS

Cyrano Mio 560 x 187 PxlsTeatro Prometeo at Miami Dade College, the only Academy of Performing Arts in Spanish in the country, presents Cyrano Mio, a new adaptation by Cristina Rebull and Ileana Prieto of the acclaimed play Cyrano de Bergerac, on September 20, 21, 27 and 28, 2013, as part of Hispanic Heritage month celebrations; with graduates of Prometeo’s Conservatory in Theater Arts, Claudia Quesada, Diego Moreno, Lisset Riera, Luis Fuentes, Luis Martinez and Pablo Guillen. After these performances, the troupe will take Cyrano Mio to New York and other cities.

A tragic love story told through Roxana’s eyes, where Cyrano, a brilliant and disfigured man, falls in love with the beautiful Roxana. Meanwhile, Roxana has fallen for the handsome soldier, Cristian, believing his beauty is equal to his eloquence. Their lives become intertwined as Cyrano provides the desperate Cristian with letters to court Roxana. Roxana embarks on a journey of memories filled with the excitement of love at first sight, and tinged with the regret that she was unable to see Cyrano’s sublime heart. (In Spanish with English supertitles).

Tickets are $20 and Student Discounts are available. Purchase tickets on-line at http://www.prometeotheatre.com/spanish/spn_productions.html or call Teatro Prometeo 305-237-3262. Teatro Prometeo, 300 N.E. 2nd Ave. #1101, Miami , FL 33132. Free Parking!

Teatro Prometeo was founded more than 35 years ago at the Miami Dade College Wolfson campus with the mission of preserving the Spanish language and Hispanic culture through theatre. With the vision and support of MDC president Dr. Eduardo Padrón and its founder Teresa Maria Rojas, Teatro Prometeo soon became a veritable treasure of Miami’s cultural community, and since then has produced and presented more than 100 works, in addition to educating more than 500 students in the art of theater every year, contributing to the transformation of Miami Spanish theatre stages. In the fall of 2006, Teatro Prometeo entered a new era by joining the Center for Literature and Theater at Miami Dade College under the direction of Joann María Yarrow and advising of Alina Interián, Executive Director of the Center. Teatro Prometeo offers classes throughout the year in acting, voice and diction, body expression, and acting before the cameras, including comedy, improvisation, dramaturgy workshops, and much more. Prometeo’s professional two-year program is unique in the nation because it offers theatre training in Spanish. Visit www.teatroprometeo.com for more information on classes and future performances.

You might be interested in these stories:

Short URL: http://www.communitynewspapers.com/?p=70648


Comments are closed