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  • 01 / 07 / 2014

The Cuba-Venezuela coproduction Leve (Light) will be one of the two plays the National Theatre Centre will release in 2014, according to statements by the president of that institution, Alfredo Caldera.

The piece is in rehearsal phase and will be in Venezuelan theaters in February with script by local writer Karin Valecillos and direction of Cuban Ariel Bouza, Caldera said.

Actors and actresses from both countries will play the lives of four young people who graduate from high school and say goodbye before starting the new paths of their lives.

Caldera said to the newspaper Correo del Orinoco that Leve is an interesting work regarding cultural exchange, with visions of adolescents from two nations.

Bingo, by the Venezuelan playwright and director Roman Chalbaud, is the second of the major national productions scheduled for this year, which will be presented by the theater group El Duende.

The premiere is scheduled for the second quarter of this year in the Venezuelan capital, directed by Costa Palamides.

Source: Prensa Latina

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