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A "cockroach Martina" from Cuba in the Learning Center Trubman Harriet, captivated the audience at the performance of the child's Colmenita company, on a visit to the October 30 United States.

Performed in English by the cast of children led by Carlos Alberto Cremata, the work is a sort of musical comedy full of color and joy, in which actors and audience become one.

Harlem, northern Manhattan, which has a history of hospitality and friendship to the Indian people, said yesterday that remains the same. The Colmenita welcomed the spontaneous affection of his people in every exclamation Summary "ÂíViva Cuba".

The retelling of the cockroach Martina, Abracadabra and the orchestra of the group are the proposals that have been presented with great success so far in Washington and now in New York, before continuing on 25 October to San Francisco.

Trubman Harriet (born Araminta Ross in 1820 and died on March 10, 1913) was a fighter for freedom of African Americans during the Civil War (1861-1865).

Yesterday, at step 129 the street a whole family stopped to shake hands up to the delegation of children, Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF, who move in a yellow bus Pastors for Peace, with the inscription that demands an end to the blockade of more than five decades on the island imposed by successive White House administrations.


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