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"Las Mirandas hoy se mueren" de H.J.Leonard

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Victor Pablo García Gaetán resides in Brooklyn making music. As a multifaceted Puerto Rican percussionist, he performs on the Broadway scene of the City, in classical orchestras, contemporary groups, studios, jazzmen, salseros, pleneros, rumberos, firemen, theatricals, embelequeros, producers, singer-songwriters, folklorists, artists and everything else. the rest. Son of the Metro between San Juan and Carolina, graduated from La Libre de San Juan, from a musical family, he joined the US diaspora through his studies at Temple University, where he obtained a Baccalaureate and Master's degree in classical percussion. Victor was a tympanist for Radio City Music Hall, and a percussionist for the Disney / PublicWorks musicals Hercules, and Flaco Navaja's Evolution of a Sonero. He has played with artists such as Los Pleneros de la 21, Arturo O'Farrill, Nestor Torres, Miguel Zenon, Rolando Morales-Matos, Agua Sol and Sereno, among others. Today she undertakes her own music while adding sounds and languages to her voice. Victor is an artist for Meinl Percussion, and is a composer published in Bachovich Music Publications.

Victor Pablo García Gaetán


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Colin studied Interior and Environmental Design at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, and Theater Design at Nottingham Trent University.


Recent Theater credits include: After The Dance, Perfect Nonsense (Theater By The Lake); Doctor Faustus, Volpone (Tangle); Travels with My Aunt (Chichester Festival Theater); Cabaret, Urinetown (Arts Educational); Blue / Orange (Theater Royal Brighton and tour); There We Have Been, Everything and Nothing (Sadler's Wells Theater); The Importance of Being Earnest, Travesties (Birmingham Rep); Romeo and Juliet, Three Sisters (Chichester Festival Theater); The Merchant of Venice (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Misanthrope, The Secret Rapture, Hysteria (Minerva Theater, Chichester); The Blue Room (Theater Royal Haymarket).

Colin Falconer

Production Design


Nirvania Quesada is an emerging director, producer and founder of “Yellow Productions”. His creative process is highly influenced by the training he received at the University of Puerto Rico, East 15 Acting School and the Lincoln Center's Directors Lab.

After meeting Timothy Douglas as part of a Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation program, he worked as an Assistant Director on "Proof," "A Raisin in the Sun" and "Gem of the Ocean."

Her search is centered on exploring her identity as a Puerto Rican woman, in the hope that by honoring the cultural and political landscape in which she lives, she will be able to pursue an authentic creative process for the public and for herself. It is in the development of the experimental piece: Cortex Project .. I lived in San Juan with Lily, her cat. Nirvania Quesada is a Spark Grant Recipient funded by The Dare Tactic.

Nirvania Quesada

Direction and Adaptation of the Book

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Ana Yglesias Santiago, is a cooperative woman, born in San Juan, works in the visual arts, plastic arts and web page development.

Ana Yglesias Santiago

Visual arts

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HJ Leonard is a Puerto Rican filmmaker and writer. Together with Orlando Ramos, he co-directs the Kinematé film exhibition project, is the director of the Puerto Rico European Film Festival and a professor of film courses at the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón. His films have been seen at festivals such as Raindance in London, the Edinburgh Short Film Festival, the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival, Fantaspoa in Brazil, and the Chicago Latino Film Festival. He is currently producing an experimental documentary, Memoria Histórica, and developing his next fiction short film Te llevo por las legs. When she's not writing or teaching she dreams of winning a Cannes Palm d'Or while petting her cats and drinking coffee.

HJ Leonard

Technical Director

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Manuel Yglesias Fernández, born in Carolina, Puerto Rico, is an artist, graphic designer, photographer, and social media manager.

Manuel Yglesias Fernandez


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“Yo era una chica moderna is supported in part by the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Ford Foundation, Southwest Airlines, the Flamboyan Arts Fund and the Surdna Foundation through a grant from the NALAC Fund for the Arts Grant Program. "

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