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US Theatre and its bonds with Cuba

Cuban and US artists share the stage in Havana. “It’s very important to attend the world premiere of the play here and as part of the International Film Festival, since half of the artists and producers are from Havana."said Sage Lewis, a promoter of the project Por Amor (For Love). Read More

Cuban ballet to perform in Toronto

After a triumphant European tour, world-class dancers Anette Delgado and Javier Torres of the National Ballet of Cuba will grace Greater Toronto Area stages with their unique and deeply sensuous art form. Read More

Premio Flaco film Competes for Havana’s Coral prize

El Premio Flaco, Juan Carlos Cremata’s third long-feature film, is<br /> one of the Cuban films competing for the Coral Awards of the 31 International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema. Read More

Cuban Films in the 1st LATINUY 2009 Film Festival

ome 30 feature lengths and documentary films from Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay and Uruguay were displayed at this 1st LATINUY along exchanges with youth and students from Maldonado department. Read More

International Theater Festival in Havana

Ten days of performances by companies of 16 countries of Latin America, Europe and the US have characterized The 13th Havana International Theater Festival that closes Sunday.<br /> Read More

Cuban National Ballet to dance the Nutcracker in Canada

The performance is scheduled to be made at Hamilton Place, the Cuban National Ballet and Canadian Ballet Youth Ensemble Present a Most Special Christmas Classic. Read More

Diplomacy through Drama: Cuban Actors Will Perform Shakespeare in U.S.

<div align="justify"> The Obama administration's decision to let 12 Cuban artists enter the United States for the production marks a midsummer milestone of sorts for greater U.S. openness toward the Communist-ruled island nation. </div> Read More

Familiarity erases barriers for Cuban actors

<div align="justify"> This is the second year of this project. Last year, they worked in Havana. This year, the possibility of bringing the Cuban actors to U.S. is helping to make things easier. </div> Read More

Strawberry and Chocolate Returns to the Cuban Stage

The piece, premiered in 1992 before the cinematographic success that attained being the film nominated for the Oscar award as best foreign film, was surrounded by a highly controversial atmosphere. From there comes the director’s main motive for staging it, which is confrontation with the public that in these times is better prepared.<br /> Read More

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