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Pajaro (Bird) is a featured event of TeatroStageFest Educational Spring Program 2013.
These in-school performances for students and parents in Northern Manhattan and Queens are made possible through the support of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, NYC Council Members Ydanis Rodriguez, Rosie Mendez, Melissa Mark-Viverito, Joel Rivera and Manhattan Delegation, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, NYSCA, Staples and Con Edison.
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by Gallinero Culeko
Physical-theater for audiences of all ages.
Directed by Karla Almendáriz & Lucía Pardo
Starring Cristian David & Fernando Reyes
PS4M The Duke Ellington School
500 West 160th St. & Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan
April 15, 2013 @ 4PM
Sunnyside Community Services
About Pájaro (Bird)
A whimsical piece in Clown style and no spoken word by recent graduates from Mexico City's National Theater School. In this allegorical tale, two travelers meet on the open road. Inspired by a bird's flight, they attempt to build a flying machine. After their many comical attempts to fly fail, they discover through their imagination that true freedom lies within.
Presented in collaboration with Community League of The Heights & PS4/M The Duke Elllington School.
With special support from
Project Othello Proyecto Otelo
A collaboration between TeatroStageFest
and Limón Dance Company
Project Othello/Proyecto Otelo exposes students to in-school performances of The Moors Pavan, Maestro Jose Limón's signature piece (1954) based on the original legend of Othello, that will be restaged by Carla Maxwell, Limón Dance Company's Artistic Director. It is followed by an original adaptation of William Shakespeare's Othello by stage director and choreographer Luis Salgado, Director and Co-Founder of R.Evolución Latina, and Ian Hersey, Shakespeare Initiative Associate and Teacher at The Public Theater's Shakespeare Lab. Participating students also experience "Movement as Language" and "Language as Movement", dance and theater workshops, that educate and provide young people with new and empowering tools for self-expression through the Arts.
The premiere of Project Othello/Proyecto Otelo took place at Heritage High School in East Harlem on November 20, 2012 9:30AM – 12:30PM. It was made possible through the support of NYC Council Member Melissa Mark-Viverito (District 8), Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, NYC Council Manhattan Delegation, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and NYSCA.