Friday, February 3, 2012

Manhattan: Una Cenicienta bilingüe en Teatro SEA

The Society of the Educational Arts, Inc. (SEA), the only Latino Children's Theatre Company in the nation, under the artistic direction of Dr. Manuel A. Morán, is pleased to announce the return of the children's classic, Cenicienta/Cinderella.

Come enjoy the classic love story, seasoned with a bit of Latin flavor, about a young hardworking girl who dreams of a better tomorrow. The piece is marked by romantic tango rhythms and is full of magic and wonder.

Children will enjoy the characters of Cinderella and the Prince, the evil stepmother and Cinderella's jealous stepsisters. The story has a fun twist in which the Fairy Godmother is sick and a surprise character replaces her who makes children and adults alike laugh with delight.

The show will play for four weeks at the NEW Teatro SEA, New York's Latino Children's Theatre, on Saturdays February 4, ,11, 18 & 25, 2012. All performances are at 3:00 PM

Cenicienta/Cinderella is a bilingual Musical of the classical fairytale about a humble girl who works very hard to realize her dreams. With a little bit of magic, and not to mention the fact that she's the best tango dancer in the Kingdom, she discovers her self-esteem and wins the heart of prince charming.

Audiences are sure to be surprisingly amused by the traditional and not-so traditional characters that literally jump out of the book to give a fresh new take on this classic fable. Narrated by a quick-witted, adorable Dwarf, aided by original music/songs, beautiful costumes and plenty of twists and turns, makes SEA's production a classic in its own right. In other words, children will be spellbound from beginning to Happily Ever After.

The New Teatro SEA. Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center, 107 Suffolk Street (Between Delancey & Rivington), New York, NY 10002 (J/M/Z trains to Essex or F to Delancey). Saturdays, February 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2012. @ 3pm. 
$15.00 Children, $18.00 Adults. TICKETS AND INFORMATION: 212.529.1545 /

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