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Pasiones y mordazas de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz

Dramatic monologue written by Héctor Santiago about Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, as portrayed by Verónica Santoyo.

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Act one of The Magic Flute

First act of The Magic Flute at State University of New York in Buffalo (March 21-22, 1998), with director Gary Burgess, conductor Magnus Mȧrtensson, and set designer Leandro Soto.

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Act two of The Magic Flute

Second act of The Magic Flute at State University of New York in Buffalo (March 21-22, 1998), with director Gary Burgess, conductor Magnus Mȧrtensson, and set designer Leandro Soto.

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Production of The Magic Flute

Production of The Magic Flute at State University of New York in Buffalo (March 21-22, 1998), with director Gary Burgess, conductor Magnus Mȧrtensson, and set designer Leandro Soto.

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Staging of Dancing at Lughnasa

Staging of Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa for which Leandro Soto created the set design.

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Staging of Man of Rabinal followed by a discussion

First English-language staging of Man of Rabinal (also known as Dance of the Trumpets) at State University of New York at Buffalo on April 24 and 25, 1998. The exact origin of the play is unknown; it…

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Staging of Man of Rabinal

First English-language staging of Man of Rabinal (also known as Dance of the Trumpets) at State University of New York at Buffalo on April 24 and 25, 1998. The exact origin of the play is unknown; it…

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Madame Camille: escuela de danza

Play written in 1995 by Héctor Santiago about a dance instructor's oppressive school of dance. The cast features Madame Camilla as portrayed by Armando D'Lorenzo; Flavia Savarali and…

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Balada de un verano en La Habana

From program: "Written in 1992 in New York City [by Héctor Santiago] and presented in Miami to general acclaim, Ballad proclaims to the world the truth behind the Cuban experience. Set in…

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