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COMITÉ  NOVIEMBRE
Mes de la Herencia Puertorriqueña

CALENDAR OF EVENTS - 1999
MONTH LONG EVENTS

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Juan Sanchez: Printed Convictions." Organized by the Jersey City Museum, Curated by Dr. Alejandro Anreus, Consulting Curator, Julia P. Hertzberg. Features 48 graphic works by Brooklyn-born Puerto Rican artist Juan Sanchez, whose work combines graphic excellence and innovation with sociopolitical advocacy. Exhibition runs through January 9, 2000. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC, (between 104th and 105th Streets); Wednesday through Sundays; 11 AM-5 PM. Admission: $4 adults, $2 students/seniors. For information call (212) 831-7272

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Transboricua." An art installation by artist Pepón Osorio explores the transformation of Puerto Rican identity in the light of recent demographic changes in El Barrio and across the United States. Exhibition runs through January 9, 2000. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC, (between 104th and 105th Streets); Wednesday through Sundays; 11 AM-5 PM. Admission: $4 adults, $2 students/seniors. For information call (212) 831-7272

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Between Heaven and Earth: Devotional Art from Puerto Rico and Mexico." Curated by Fatima Bercht. A permanent installation of santos selected from its own outstanding collection. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC, (104th and 105th Streets); Wednesday through Sundays; 11 AM-5 PM; Admission: $4 adults, $2 students/seniors. For information call (212) 831-7272

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Pressing the Point: Parallel Expressions in the Graphic Arts of the Chicano and Puerto Rican Movement." Curated by Yasmin Ramirez and Henry Estrada. A survey of prints and posters created by artists active in the artistic and social struggles of the 1960's and 1970's. Exhibition runs through January 9, 2000. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC, 104th and 105th Streets); Wednesday through Sundays; 11 AM-5 PM. Admission: $4 adults, $2 students/seniors. For information call (212) 831-7272

El Museo Del Barrio and En Foco present: "A Tribute to En Foco: 25 Years of Making Photographic History." Curated by Charles Biasiny-Rivera.  A digital presentation of  En Foco's  collection,  summarizing  25  years  of  work  by  over  60 photographers. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC, 104th and 105th Streets); Wednesday through Sundays;   11 AM-5 PM; Admission: $4 adults, $2 students, seniors. For information call (212) 831-7272

Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture presents: "Convergencias": Desde una visión de lo puertorriqueño, (From a Vision of What is Puerto Rican),  an exhibit of  18th, 19th and 20th  century  paintings from the national patrimony organized by the Institute of  Puerto Rican Culture.  Exhibit closes on  December 10, 1999.  Hostos  Performing  Arts Center, 500 Grand Concourse,  Bronx,  NY.  Admission: Free.  Gallery  hours: 10 AM to 6 PM, Mondays - Fridays or by appointment. For information call (718) 518-6700

Olmos Productions, Inc. and Museum of the City of New York present: "Americanos, Latino Life in the United States." A photo exhibit of Latino photographers, Americanos is a project of Olmos Productions, Inc. and has been organized by the Smithsonian Institute Traveling Exhibition Services and the Smithsonian Center for Latino Initiatives. Exhibition runs through January 2, 1999. The Museum for the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street, NYC; Tuesdays for groups and schools only; Wed. - Sat., - 10 AM - 5 PM; Sundays; 12 noon - 5 PM.   Admission: $5 adults, $4 seniors, children, students, $10 families. For information call (212) 534-1673 x. 257

News Radio 1010 WINS presents: Puerto Rican heritage Month Series. Series of radio pieces highlighting Puerto Ricans who have made significant contributions.  Produced and recorded by Cheryl Simone. Mon.-Fri,; 6:18 AM, 8:18 AM, 10:18 AM; 1:18 PM; 5:18 PM; 7:18 PM; 8:18 PM, 9:18 Pm. Series ends Nov. 21st. For information call (212) 315-7090

Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Comité Noviembre ... Puerto Rican Heritage Month kick-off event, honoring the unsung heroes of our community through "Lo Mejor de Nuestra Comunidad"  Awards and the unveiling the 1999 poster. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC; 6 PM. By invitation only.

Governor George Pataki's Issuance of Puerto Rican Heritage Month Proclamation to Comité Noviembre. Oct. 27, 1999,   El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC.

Saturday, October 30, 1999

El Museo del Barrio presents: "Day of the Dead Open House." join the Mexican community in their traditional celebration of the Day of the Dead, a popular Mexican tradition honoring the spirit of deceased ancestors and loved ones in every family. In collaboration with the Museum of the City of New York.  El Museo del Barrio, 1230  Fifth  Avenue,  NYC; 11 AM -1 PM. Admission: $15 (includes educational package). Pre-registration is recommended. For information call (212) 831-7272, x 13

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa De dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán, Red Carpet Theatre at Taíno Towers, Segunda Avenida entre 122  y 123;   4 PM.   Hasta Noviembre 28, 1999.  Boletos $10;  estudiantes  y  seniors $8;  descuentos para grupos.  Para mas información y Para reservaciones llame a (212) 397-3262

Museum  of  the City  of  New York  presents:  "Anabella Gonzalez Dance Company",  1220  Fifth Avenue  at 103rd Street; 1:00 - 3:00 PM.   Admission: $5  adults,  $4  seniors,  children,  students,  $10  families.   For  information  call             (212) 534-1673 x 257

Sunday, October 31, 1999

El Museo Del Barrio presents the opening of the Exhibition: "Caribbean and Latin American Traditional Arts Series, Part II: Between Heaven and Earth:  Devotional Art from Puerto Rico and Mexico and Our Lady of the Apocalypse: The Virgin of Guadalupe and Other Miracles".  El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC, (between 104th and 105th Streets); For information call (212) 831-7272

El Museo del  Barrio  presents: "Day of  the Dead Celebration." Audiences are invited to place offerings to their dead on a community altar in the galleries.  Music by  Mariachi  Azteca  Bustamante.  El  Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC 2 PM.  Free with Museum Admission   For information call (212) 831-7272, x 1l3

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán, Red Carpet Theatre at Taino Towers, Segunda Avenida entre 122 y 123; Sabados 7:30 PM; Domingos,  4 PM;  Hasta  el 28 de  Noviembre del 1999.  Boletos $10; estudiantes y seniors $8; descuentos Para grupos. Para mas información y para. reservaciones llame al (212) 397-3262

Tuesday, November 2, 1999

El Museo del Barrio presents: Three Kings Day Workshop for school groups.  Pre-registration is required, please call the Education Department at (212) 831-7272, x 113

Sistahs Underground presents: "Sol in the Heights".  Poetry and open mike hosted by poet Mariposa. Includes performances by Sandra Maria Esteves and Felipe Luciano. Cafe Largo, 3387 Broadway, between 137th and 138th Street, NYC; 9 PM. Admission: $5. For information call (718) 515-3475

Grand  Opening   of  the  Hideaway;  Lesbian and  Gay Night  at  New Bronx Club,  401 Castle Hill Avenue, Bronx, NY; 10 PM Admission: free before 11 PM, $ 5 after. For information call Angel Figueroa (718) 822-8624

Wednesday, November 3, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: "Te juro, Juana, que tengo ganas". The renowned Mexican playwright Emilio Carballido, turns loose his imagination in this farcical parable about morals, hypocrisy and renewal. It is a rousing comedy that comments on pretension and hypocrisy. Directed by René Busch.  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM.   Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212)889-2850

Thursday, November 4, 1999

The Point CDC presents: Verbal Ingredients. Poetry and open mike hosted by poet Flaco Navaja, featuring Puerto Rican poets, including Caridad de la Luz.  The Point's Live From the Edge Theatre, 940 Garrison Ave., Hunt's Point, Bronx, NY, 7 PM.  Admission: $5.  For information call Steven Sapp (718) 542-4139

Double jointed Productions presents: "Dancing With My Demons." Premiere of a hilarious new comedy that tackles that nasty four letter word...FEAR.  Written and performed by Ruth Otero and directed by Kim Ima.  Blue Heron Arts Center, 123 East 24th St., off Lexington Ave.; NYC; 8 PM.  Admission: $12.  For reservations call (212) 539-3531

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  A spectacular wedding is followed by a Stunning scandal and a savage murder to which everyone in a small Latin American town is an accomplice.  García Márquez, the Nobel Prize winning author of "One Hundred Years of Solitude", brilliantly spins a tightly woven tale that stands as one of the best and most powerfully rendered.  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM. Admission: $35/$30/$25, Students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: Dolores Prida's "Casa Propia". A family establishes itself in NYC's East Harlem (El Barrio) by buying a house in a the neighborhood that was formally  Italian and now is Puerto Rican.  There the matriarch struggles and triumphs while searching for the "American Dream".  Directed by Beatríz Córdoba.  Repertorio Español,  138  East  27th Street, NYC; 8 PM Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Friday, November 5, 1999

Música Against Drugs, Inc. presents: "Drawings by Carlos Maldonado."  Opening reception for art exhibition. Galería Manny Maldonado, Música Against Drugs;  227  Roebling St.,  Brooklyn,  NY; 6 - 9 PM.  Admission:  Free.  For information call María Sánchez (718) 218-7640

Repertorio Español presents: Federico García Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba". Classic play about a tyrannical mother who attempts to dominate and control her five unmarried daughters, all of whom harbor a secret passion for one man. In this repressed environment,  Bernarda Alba incites an explosion of passion,  hatred and despair leading to tragic  consequences. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street,  NYC; 11 AM.  Admission: Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; students  and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: Dolores Prida's "Casa Propia". A family establishes itself in NYC's East Harlem (El Barrio) by buying a house in a the neighborhood that was formally Italian and now is Puerto Rican. There the matriarch struggles and triumphs while searching for the "American Dream", Directed by Beatriz C6rdoba. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC- 8 PM; Admission: Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; Students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

The Museum of the City of New York presents: "Americanos: Art in El Barrio." Tour of East Harlem's thriving art scene, including artists studios and street murals. The Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street; 1 PM. Advanced registration required: Admission: $20/$18 members/students/seniors. For Information:  (212) 534-1672, x 257.

Saturday, November 6, 1999

El Museo del Barrio presents: Artist Talk: Pepón Osorio. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC; 1 PM. Free with Museum Admission.  For information call (212) 831-7272

El Museo del Barrio presents: The Work of  Juan Sánchez. Discussion of the artist's work. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC; 2 PM.  Free with Museum Admission.  For information call (212) 831-7272

Repertorio Español presents: Federico García Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba". Classic play about the tyrannical mother who attempts to dominate and control her five unmarried daughters, all of whom harbor a secret passion for one man. In this repressed environment, Bernarda Alba incites an explosion of passion, hatred and despair leading to tragic consequences. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC- 2 PM; Admission: Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

The Museum of the City of New York presents: "Americanos: Art in El Barrio." Tour of East Harlem's thriving art scene, including artists' studios and street murals. The Museum of the City of New York1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street; 1 PM. Advanced registration required:212) 534-1672, x 257.  Admission: $20/$18 members/ students/seniors.

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán, Red Carpet Theatre at Taíno Towers, Segunda Avenida entre 122 y 123; 7:30 PM; Hasta el 28 de Noviembre del 1999. Boletos $10; estudiantes y seniors $8; descuentos para grupos. Para rnas información y para reservaciones llame al (212) 397-3262

Sunday, November 7, 1999

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán, Red Carpet Theatre at Taíno Towers, Segunda Avenida entre 122 y 123; 4 PM; Hasta el 28 de Noviembre del 1999. Boletos $10; estudiantes y seniors $8; descuentos para grupos. Para rnas información y para reservaciones llame al (212) 397-3262

The Museum of the City of New York presents: "Rafael Hernández-Sylvia Rexach Festival of Puerto Rican Songs." Annual concert of Puerto Rican songs, starring Gloria Mirabal, Co-sponsored by the Association for Puerto Rican-Hispanic Culture. Museum of the City of New York, Fifth Avenue at 103rd St., NYC; 2 PM. Admission: Free. For information call Peter Bloch (212) 942-2338 (afternoons).

Monday, November 8, 1999

El Instituto Puertorriqueño/Hispano Para Personas Mayores (Institute for Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly), Concilio de Acción Hispano  Para  Personas  Mayores  presenta:  "Confraternización Cultural  Puertorriqueño."  The  Institute  for  Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, 105 East 22nd St., piso 4, NYC; 10 AM. Admission: Gratis. Para mas información (212) 677-4181

El Museo del Barrio presents: Three Kings Day Workshop for school groups. Pre-registration is required, please call the Education Department at (212) 831-7272 x 113

Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Hostos Community College presents video screening: "El Santero," depicting the craftsmanship of an old santero (maker of wooden saints) and  the dignity  of  his  work.  Produced  by  the Department  of  Education of  Puerto Rico,  Division  of Community Education, (1956, color, 26 minutes). Hostos Community College, 450 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY; Library Screening Room A309A; 12:30 PM; 3:30 PM; 6:30 PM. Admission: Free.

Pregones Theater presents: "Baile Cangrejero." A play with live music and the popular rhythms of bomba, plena, and bolero, performed by Pregones' musicians and actors.  The Point CDC,  940  Garrison  Avenue,  Bronx,  NY; 10 AM and 1 PM Admission: $7. Group rates available. For information call (718) 585-1202

Sistahs Underground presents: "Sol in the Heights." Poetry and open mike hosted by poet Mariposa. Includes performances by Sandra Marfa Esteves and Felipe Luciano. Cafe Largo, 3387 Broadway, between 137th and 138th Street, NYC; 9 PM. Admission: $5. For information call (718) 515-3475

Wednesday, November 10, 1999

Brooklyn Borough President Howard Golden's Presentation of Proclamation for Puerto Rican Heritage Month. Celebration and awards  presentation with  live entertainment.  Brooklyn Borough Hall,  209  Joralemon St.,  Brooklyn, NY;  5:30 PM. Admission: Free. For information, call (718) 802-3909

Hostos Community College presents video screening: "La Plena" A look at the development of this musical form and the musical expression of  the  Puerto Rican  people.  Produced  by the  Department of  Education,  Division of  Community Education, (Puerto Rico 1957: Spanish dialogue: color 28 minutes). Hostos Community College, 450 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY; Library Screening Room A309A; 12:30 PM; 3:30 PM; 6:30 PM.  Admission: Free.

Pregones Theater presents: "Baile Cangrejero." A play with live music and the popular rhythms of bomba, plena, and bolero, performed by  Pregones'  musicians  and  actors.  The Point  CDC,  940 Garrison Avenue,  Bronx,  NY; 10 AM and 1 PM Admission: $7. Group rates available. For information call (718) 585-1202

Thursday, November 11, 1999

Pregones Theater presents: "Baile Cangrejero." A play with live music and the popular rhythms of bomba, plena, and bolero, performed by Pregones' musicians and actors. The Point CDC, 940 Garrison Avenue, Bronx, NY; 10 AM. Admission: $7. Group rates available. For information call (718) 585-1202

Double jointed Productions presents: "Dancing With My Demons." Premiere of a hilarious new comedy that tackles that nasty four letter word ... FEAR, Written and performed by Ruth Otero and directed by Kim Ima. Blue Heron Arts Center, 123 East 24th St. (off Lexington Ave), NYC; 8 PM. Admission:  $12. For reservations call (212) 539-3531

Repertorio Español  presents:  "El Baile,  (The Dance).  " Written and directed  by  Abelardo Estorino, Cuba's  foremost playwright, and starring Adrina Santana,  Cuba's premiere actress.  Abelardo Estorino brings his latest play, in  which  he examines the conflicts and isolation of a contemporary Cuban family as seen through the eyes of an old woman who lives in Cuba. When the old woman's sister unexpectedly dies, she is completely alone on the island. One evening, in her loneliness, the old woman re-lives her past life and attempts to reestablish contact with her exiled relatives in Florida through a simple phone call. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 7PM; Admission: $25/$20-, students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212)889-2850

Girl  Scout  Corporate  Cookie  Connection  Day.  The World  Financial  Center,  200 Liberty Street,  North Bridge, NYC; 9AM - 4PM; Admission: free. For information call, the World  Financial Center Arts and  Events Program, (212) 945-0505.

Friday, November 12, 1999

Música de Camara presents: María Antonia García, piano, and Hector Falcón, violin. Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 122 West 69th St.; NYC; 7 PM. Admission: $10/students and senior citizen discount. For information call Eva de La 0, director (212) 410-5612.

The Institute for  Multicultural Communications,  Cooperation and Development,  Inc.  (IF*MC*CA*DI),  and the  Julia de Burgos Cultural Center present: "Pasaje de Ida y Vuelta" an art exhibit of renowned Puerto Rican artists Andy Buesto, Linda Pintor, Enrique Renta, Angelica Rivera, Orlando Vallejo and Jorge Zeno.  Taller Boricua, 106th  and  Lexington  Avenue in Manhattan.  Exhibit closes on January 14, 2000. For information call (718) 466-1000

Repertorio  Español  presents:  "El Baile,  (The Dance)."  Written and directed by  Abelardo Estorino,  Cuba's  foremost playwright, and starring  Adrina Santana,  Cuba's premiere actress. Abelardo Estorino  brings his latest play, in which he examines the conflicts and isolation of a contemporary Cuban family as seen through the eyes of an old woman who lives in Cuba. When the old woman's sister unexpectedly dies, she is completely alone on the island. One evening, in her loneliness, the old woman re-lives her past life and attempts to reestablish contact with her exiled relatives in Florida through a simple phone call.  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM and 8PM.  Admission: $25/$20- students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Saturday, November 13, 1999

Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer's Puerto Rican Heritage Month proclamation ceremony and Hostos Center for the Arts and Culture presents: "Un Trio de Trios." A celebration of Puerto Rican culture with three of the greatest legends in the genre: Johnny  Albino y su  Trio,  Julio  Rodriguez  y su  Trio,  and Carlito Perez y su Trio Antillano. Hostos Performing Arts Center, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY; 7:30PM Admission: $12; $10 with discounts for students and seniors and groups of 10 or more. For information call (718) 518-6700.

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Maiz y Chocolate." Chef Douglas Rodriguez of Patria, author of the cook book Nuevo Latino, discusses  Pre-Columbian  foods.  El Museo del Barrio,  1230  Fifth Avenue,  NYC,  (between 104th and 105th Streets); 11 AM - 1 PM.  Admission: $15  (includes educational Package). To register call (212) 831-7272, x 113

Theodore Roosevelt High School and Repertorio Español Partnership present: "La Nena Se Casa," Carlos Ferrari's farce set in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 2PM. For information call Allison Astor-Vargas, (212) 889-2850.

Warner Music Group, RAICES Archive of Harbor Conservatory, the East Harlem Historical Organization, the Municipal Art Society, and City Lore present: "African Roots, Latino Rhythms: The Music of the New York Barrios." Panel discussion of distinguished musicians and scholars join Prof. Juan Flores to talk about the unique contributions of  Latino music to the United States.  The  Museum of  the  City of  New York,  1220  Fifth Avenue,  at  103rd Street, NYC; 1 PM.  Admission: $5 adults, $4 students/seniors. For information call (212) 534-1672

The  Long  Island  Puerto  Rican  Association  presents:  "Puerto Rican Heritage Month Celebration."  Self-help  seminars, educational workshops, live entertainment, and artist displays.  State University of  New York  at  Old Westbury, Campus Center  Atrium,  .LI.;  1 PM  -  6 PM.  Admission:  $5  donation  for food. For information  call  María Colón Goldman (516) 766-5305.

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán, Red Carpet Theatre at Taíno Towers, Segunda Avenida entre 122 y 123; 7:30 PM; Hasta el 28 de Noviembre del 1999.  Boletos $10; estudiantes y seniors 58; descuentos para grupos. Para mas información  y para  reservaciones llame al  (212) 397-3262

Repertorio Español presents:   "El Baile, (The Dance)".   Written  and  directed by  Abelardo Estorino,  Cuba's  foremost playwright, and starring  Adrina Santana, Cuba's premiere  actress.  Abelardo Estorino brings his latest play,  in which he examines the conflicts and isolation of a contemporary Cuban family as seen through the eyes of an old woman who lives in Cuba. When the old woman's sister unexpectedly dies, she is completely alone on the island. One evening, in her loneliness, the old woman re-lives her past life and attempts to reestablish contact with her exiled relatives in Florida through a simple phone call. Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 2 PM;  Admission: $25/$20 - students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Sunday, November 14, 1999

The  Institute  for  Multicultural  Communications,  Cooperation  and  Development,  Inc.  (IF*MC*CA*Dl), and  Hostos Community  College present:  A Tribute to Jacobo Morales Films  followed by  a  presentation  by  Mr. Morales. Hostos Community College, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY; 12 Noon - 6PM. For information call (718) 466-1000

Repertorio  Español  presents: "El Baile, (The Dance)".  Written  and  directed  by  Abelardo Estorino,  Cuba's foremost playwright, and starring Adrina Santana,  Cuba's premiere actress. Abelardo Estorino  brings his  latest play, in which he examines the conflicts and isolation of a contemporary Cuban family as seen through the eyes of an old woman who lives in Cuba. When the old woman's sister unexpectedly dies, she is completely alone on the island. One evening, in her loneliness, the old woman re-lives her past life and attempts to reestablish contact with her exiled relatives in Florida through a simple phone call. Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 6 PM;  Admission: $25/$20 - students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán, Red Carpet Theatre at Taíno Towers, Segunda Avenida entre 122 y 123; 4 PM; Hasta el 28 de Noviembre del 1999. Boletos $10; estudiantes y seniors 58; descuentos para grupos. Para mas informacion y para reservaciones llame al (212) 397-3262

Monday, November 15, 1999

The  Institute  for  Multicultural  Communications,  Cooperation  and  Development,  Inc.  (IF*MC*CA*Dl),  presents Teleconference on Communications, Media & Culture. Day I of the teleconference will focus on the telecommunications revolution,  information  technologies, media and the emerging global culture. Lehman College, Carmen Hall Room C-14, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY, 9 AM - 5PM; For information please call, (718) 466-1000

El Museo del Barrio presents:  Three Kings Day  Workshop for  school  groups.  Preregistration is required, please call the Education Department at 212 831-7272.

Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Hostos Community College presents video screening: "Nuestra Herencia Taína".  A portrayal of the life and customs of the indigenous people of  Puerto Rico, the Taino Indians. Caribbean, Inc. Jorge Marquina, director, (Puerto Rico 1986: Spanish narration; color, produced by Best Foods, 27 minutes). Hostos Community College, 450 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY, Library Screening Room A309A; 12:30 PM; 3:30 PM; 6:30 PM. Admission: Free.

The  Institute  for  Multicultural  Communications, Cooperation  and  Development,  Inc.  (IF*MC*CA*Dl),  presents Teleconference on Communications, Media & Culture. Day 2 of  the  teleconference will focus  on:  "Local communities challenges to globalization of communication and cultures. Lehman College, Carmen Hall Room C-14, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY; 9 AM - 5 PM; For information please call, (718) 466-1000.

The Museum of the City of New York presents: "Americanos: Through Latino Lenses." Panel discussion with Americanos photographers who join Charles Biasiny-Rivera, executive director of En Foco. The Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Streets, NYC; I PM. Admission: $5 adults, S4 students/seniors. Advanced registration required: (212) 534-1672, x 257.

Pregones Theater presents: "Baile Cangrejero." A play with live music and the popular rhythms of  bomba, plena, and bolero, performed by Pregones' musicians and actors. The Point CDC, 940 Garrison Avenue, Bronx, NY; 10 AM and 1 PM. Admission: $7. Group rates available. For information call (718) 585-1202

Repertorio  Español  presents:  "El Baile, (The Dance)".  Written  and  directed by  Abelardo Estorino,  Cuba's foremost playwright, and starring Adrina Santana,  Cuba's premiere actress.  Abelardo Estorino brings his latest play,  in which he examines the conflicts and isolation of a contemporary Cuban family as seen through the eyes of an old woman who lives in Cuba. When the old woman's sister unexpectedly dies, she is completely alone on the island. One evening, in her loneliness, the old woman re-lives her past life and attempts to reestablish contact with her exiled relatives in Florida through a simple phone call. Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 7 PM;  Admission: $25/$20 - students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Sistahs Underground presents: "Sol in the Heights." Poetry and open mike hosted by poet Mariposa.  Includes performances by Sandra María Esteves and Felipe Luciano.  Cafe Largo, 3387 Broadway, between 137th and 138th Street, NYC; 9 PM. Admission: $5. For information call  (718) 515-3475

Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Comité Noviembre Fourth Annual Gala Dinner. Honoring Dr. Antonia C. Novello, commissioner, New York State Commissioner of  Health;  Carlos  M.  Morales,  vice  president  and  general  counsel,  Merrill Lynch,  Angelo Figueroa, 
editor-in-chief, People en Español and The Young Lords Party. The Copacabana, NYC; Entertainment: Tito Nieves and Orquesta; Black Tie, $300 per ticket; Non-profit rate available. The proceeds of the dinner go towards the Comité Noviembre Scholarship program. For information call Miranda y Mas at (212) 808-0221

Repertorio Español presents: Federico Garcia Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba". Classic play about the tyrannical mother who attempts to dominate and control her five unmarried daughters, all of whom harbor a secret passion for one man. In this repressed environment, Bernarda  Alba  incites  an  explosion of  passion, hatred and despair leading to tragic consequences. Repertorio Español 138  East  27th Street,  NYC;  11 AM.   Admission:  Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

The Institute  for  Multicultural  Communications,  Cooperation  and  Development,  Inc.  ( IF*MC*CA*DI ),  presents Teleconference  on Communications,  Media &  Culture.  Day 3 of  the  teleconference will  focus on  Puerto Rico and the Diaspora Lehman College, Carmen  Hall  Room  C-14,  250  Bedford  Park  Blvd.  West, Bronx,  NYC,  9AM - 5PM
For information please call (718) 466- 1000

Pregones Theater presents: "Baile Cangrejero." A play with live music and the popular rhythms of bomba, plena, and bolero, performed by Pregones' musicians and actors.  The Point  CDC,  940  Garrison Avenue,   Bronx, NY; 10 AM  and  1 PM. Admission: $7. Group rates available. For information call (718) 585-1202

Hostos Community College presents video screening: "The Life and Poetry of Julia de Burgos" portrays the life and work of Puerto Rican poet Julia de Burgos in a docu-drama form. Produced by José García, (Puerto Rico, 1979: Spanish narration with English subtitles: color; 28 minutes). Hostos Community College, 450 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY; Library Screening Room A309A; t2:30 PM; 3:30 PM; 6:30 PM. Admission: Free

The "Hostos Rep" presents: "La Mujer Judia" and "La Mas Fuerte." Director Pablo Cabrera's Spanish-language adaptation of  Bertol Brecht and August Steinberg's one act plays. Hostos Performing Arts Center, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY, Admission: $6; $3 students. For information call (718) 518-6700

Thursday, November 18, 1999

Manhattan  Borough  President C. Virginia  Fields Celebrates  Puerto Rican  Heritage  Month.  Program  will include poetry, song, dance and the presentation of proclamation and reception; Mt. Sinai Medical Center, East 100th Street and Madison Avenue, NYC, Hatch Auditorium, 6:30 PM.  By invitation only.  For information call (212) 669-2444

Kingsborough Community College Puerto Rican Students Organization presents: Puerto Rican History Awareness Month. A sequence of workshops, talleres and tertulias about Puerto Rican history  and  heritage.  Kingsborough  Community  College, 2001 Oriental Blvd., Brooklyn, NY; 2 - 4 PM. Admission: Free. For information call Diego Colon (718) 368-5177

Double jointed  Productions presents:  "Dancing With My Demons."  Premiere of  a  hilarious new comedy that tackles that nasty four letter word ... FEAR. Written and performed by Ruth Otero and directed by Kim Ima. Blue Heron Arts Center, 123 East 24th St., off Lexington Ave., NYC; 8 PM. Admission: $12. For reservations call (2 12) 539-3531

The "Hostos Rep" presents: "La Mujer Judia" and "La Mas Fuerte." Director Pablo Cabrera's Spanish-language adaptation of Bertol Brecht and August Steinberg's one act plays. Hostos Performing Arts Center, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY, Admission: $6; $3 students. For information call, (718) 518-6700

The Institute for Multicultural Communications, Cooperation and Development, Inc. (IF*MC*CA*DI), presents: The New York Latino Film & Video Festival. Brooklyn Community College,  2900  Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn; 4 PM - 8 PM.  For information call (718) 466-1000

Sociedad Educativa de las Artes, Inc. (SEA) presents: "Rafael Hernández ... Romance."  A romantic musical review about the life, career and Music of the great Puerto Rican composer. Winner of the 1999 A.C.E. Award for Best Musical. Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY; 10 AM. Admission: $6.  For information call (212) 529-1545

Sociedad Educativa de las Artes, Inc. (SEA) presents: "La Plenópera del Empache."  An opera in "plena," a Puerto Rican children's classic. In Spanish with English subtitles. Lehman Center for the Performing Arts,  250  Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY; 12 Noon. Admission: $6. For information call Richard Marino, Manuel A. Morán, (212) 529-1545.

Repertorio Español presents: "Te juro, Juana, que tengo ganas".  The renowned Mexican playwright Emilio Carballido, turns loose his imagination in this farcical parable about morals, hypocrisy and renewal. It is a rousing comedy that comments on pretension and hypocrisy. Directed by René Busch. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM.  Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call, (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: "El Baile, (The Dance)" Written and directed by Abelardo Estorino, Cuba's foremost playwright, and starring Adrina Santana, Cuba's premiere actress. Abelardo Estorino brings his latest play, in which he examines the conflicts and isolation of a contemporary Cuban family as seen through the eyes of an old woman who lives in Cuba. When the old woman's sister unexpectedly dies, she is completely alone on the island. One evening, in her loneliness, the old woman re-lives her past life and attempts to reestablish contact with her exiled relatives in Florida through a simple phone call. Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 7 PM;  Admission: $25/$20 - students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Friday, November 19, 1999

Mayor Rudolph Giuliani Celebrates Puerto Rican Heritage Month.  Proclamation ceremony and reception. The National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South,  East 20th  Street between  Park and Lexington, NYC; 6 - 8:30 PM.   By  invitation  only.  For information call (212) 788-6705

Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre presents: "Modern Dance Concert".  Concert  to include La Mezcla, a  dance piece about Puerto Ricans dancing modern dance, salsa and Taino dances. Bronx Academy of  Art and  Dance (BAAD),  841  Barretto St., Bronx, NY, 7 PM. Admission: $10.  For information call Charles Rice-González (718)542-0267

The "Hostos Rep" presents: "La Mujer Judia" and "La Mas Fuerte." Director Pablo Cabrera's Spanish-language adaptation of Bertol Brecht and August Steinberg's one act plays. Hostos Performing Arts Center, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY, Admission: $6; $3 students. For information call (718) 518-6700

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's "Chronicle of a Death Foretold". A spectacular wedding is followed by a stunning scandal and a savage murder to which everyone in a small Latin American town is an accomplice. García Márquez's, the Nobel Prize winning author of One Hundred Years Of Solitude, brilliantly spins a tightly woven tale that stands as one of the best and most powerfully rendered. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM and 8 PM.   Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (2 12) 889-2850

The Institute for Multicultural Communications, Cooperation and Development, Inc. (IF*MC*CA*DI), presents: The New York Latino Film & Video Festival. Lehman College, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY; 9AM - 5PM. Concert,    8 PM.  For information call (718) 466-1000

The Institute for Multicultural Communications, Cooperation and Development, Inc. (IF*MC*CA*DI), presents: The New York  Latino  Film  &  Video  Festival.  Queens  Community  College,  Kessena Blvd.,  Flushing,  NY,  4 PM - 8 P M.    For information call (718) 466-1000

Saturday, November 20, 1999

Comité Noviembre's Day of Social Responsibility and Community Service. Please bring clothing, toys and canned foods to El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC; I I AM to 5PM. The items collected will be distributed to homeless and battered  women's shelters, senior centers and  individual families during the week of  Thanksgiving. For information call,   (212) 831-7272, x 132 or (212) 677-4181

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Family Day: Sabados de Bondad Familiar."  Fun for families and students creating presents for the elderly in preparation for Three Kings Day. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC, (between 104th  and 105th Streets); 11 AM - 5 PM.  Admission: $4 adults, $2 students/seniors. For information call (212) 831-7272, x 113

The Association for Puerto Rican-Hispanic Culture presents: "Rafael Hernández-Sylvia Rexach Festival of Puerto Rican Songs." Concert of Puerto Rican songs, featuring Gloria Mirabal and other soloists.  The Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street, NYC; 2 PM. Admission:  $5  adults,  $2  students / seniors.  For  information  call,         (212) 534-1672

Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre presents: "Modern Dance Concert." Concert to include La Mezcla, a dance piece about Puerto Ricans dancing modern dance, salsa and Taíno dances. Bronx Academy of Art and Dance (BAAD), 841 Barretto St., Bronx, NY, 7 PM. Admission: $10.  For information call Charles Rice-González (718) 542-0267

Puerto Rican Initiative to Develop Empowerment (PRIDE) presents: Award Ceremony. Recognizing contributions Puerto Ricans have made to the empowerment of  the lesbian, gay, bisexual  and transgendered  community.  Audre Lorde Project,  85 Oxford St., Brooklyn, NY; 6 PM. Admission: $20. For information call (718) 596-0342

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's "Chronicle of a Death Foretold". A spectacular wedding is followed by a stunning scandal and a savage murder to which everyone in a small Latin American town is an accomplice. García Márquez's, the Nobel Prize winning author of One Hundred Years Of Solitude, brilliantly spins a tightly woven tale that stands as one of the best and most powerfully rendered. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 2 PM; Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

The Institute for Multicultural Communications, Cooperation and Development, Inc. (IF*MC*CA*DI), presents: The New York Latino Film & Video Festival.  Lehman College,  250  Bedford  Park  Blvd.  West, Bronx,  NY,  12 Noon - 8 PM. Concert, 8PM. For information call (718) 466-1000.

The Institute for Multicultural Communications, Cooperation and Development, Inc. (IF*MC*CA*DI), presents: The New York  Latino  Film & Video Festival.  Queens  Community  College,  Kessena Blvd.,  Flushing,  Queens; 4 PM - 8 PM.        For information call (718) 466-1000

The Museum for the City of New York presents: "Kids Make History" Exhibit. The Museum for the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street, NYC; Tuesdays for groups and schools only; Wednesdays - Saturdays; 10 AM- 5 PM; Sundays;  12 noon - 5 PM;  Admission:  $5  adults,  $4  seniors,  children,  students,  $10 families. For information call (212) 534-1673 x. 257

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán, Red Carpet Theatre at Taíno Towers, Segunda Avenida entre 122  y 123; 7:30 PM; Hasta el 28 de Noviembre del 1999.  Boletos $10; estudiantes y seniors $8; descuentos para grupos. Para información llame al (212) 397-3262

Sunday, November 21, 1999

Arcos Communication/Entertainment presents: "Donde Hay Música." Salsa music, live performances, comedy. Proceeds to benefit the Puerto Rican Family Institute.  SOB's, 204 Varick St. (at Houston St.); NYC; 8 PM.  Admission: $25 day of
show / $20 advance purchase. For information call  T. Marc Newell, VP, Entertainment (212) 807-1337.

The Institute for Multicultural Communications, Cooperation and Development, Inc.  (IF*MC*CA*DI), presents: The New York Latino, Film & Video Festival.  Lehman College,  250  Bedford  Park  Blvd. West,  Bronx,  NY; 12 Noon - 3 PM. Concert, 3 PM.  For information call (718) 466-1000.

Repertorio Español presents: "Te juro, Juana, que tengo ganas".  The renowned Mexican playwright Emilio Carballido, turns loose his imagination in this farcical parable about morals, hypocrisy and renewal. It is a rousing comedy that comments on pretension and hypocrisy. Directed by René Busch. Repertorio Español , 138  East  27th  Street,  NYC; 6 PM.   Admission; $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán, Red Carper Theatre at Taíno Towers, Segunda  Avenida  entre 12  y 123; 4 PM; Hasta el 28 de Noviembre del 1999. Boletos $ 10; estudiantes y seniors $8; descuentos para grupos. Para mas información y para reservaciones llame al (212) 397-3262.

Monday, November 22, 1999

The Institute for Multicultural Communications, Cooperation and Development, Inc. (IF*MC*CA*DI), presents: The New York  Latino  Film  &  Video  Festival.  Lehman College,  250  Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY; 9 AM - 6 PM.  For information call (718) 466-1000.

El Museo del Barrio presents:  Three  Kings  Day Workshop for school groups.  Pre-registration is required, please call  the Education Department at (212) 831-7272 x 113.

Repertorio Español presents: "Te juro, Juana, que tengo ganas".  The renowned Mexican playwright Emilio Carballido, turns loose his imagination in this farcical parable about morals, hypocrisy and renewal. It is a rousing comedy that comments on pretension and hypocrisy. Directed by René Busch. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM.  Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Tuesday, November 23, 1999

Queens Borough President Claire Shulman Celebrates Puerto Rican Heritage Month. Proclamation and awards ceremony and cultural program and reception. La Guardia Community College, Little Theatre, 31-10 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY, 7 PM.  By invitation only. For information contact: Ivonne García, Hispanic Affairs at (718)286-2853.

Repertorio Español presents: Federico Garcia Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba." Classic play about the tyrannical mother who attempts to dominate and control her five unmarried daughters, all of whom harbor a secret passion for one man. In this repressed environment, Bernarda Alba incites an explosion of passion, hatred and despair leading to tragic consequences. Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM; Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Sistahs Underground presents: "Sol in the Heights." Poetry and open mike hosted by poet  Mariposa. Includes performances by Sandra Marfa Esteves and Felipe Luciano. Cafe Largo, 3387 Broadway, between 137th and 138th Street, NYC; 9 PM. Admission: $5.  For information call (718) 515-3475

The Institute for Multicultural Communications, Cooperation and Development, Inc. (IF*MC*CA*DI), presents: The New York  Latino  Film  &  Video  Festival.  Lehman  College,  250  Bedford  Park  Blvd. West,  Bronx,  NY;  9 AM - 6 PM.   For information call (718) 466-1000

Wednesday, November 24, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's  "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  A spectacular wedding is followed by a stunning scandal and a savage murder to which everyone in a small Latin American town is an accomplice. García Márquez's, the Nobel Prize winning author of One Hundred Years of Solitude, brilliantly spins a tightly woven tale that stands as one of the best and most powerfully rendered. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM.  Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Friday, November 26, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's  "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  A spectacular wedding is followed by a stunning scandal and a savage murder to which everyone in a small Latin American town is an accomplice. García Márquez's, the Nobel Prize winning author of One Hundred Years of Solitude, brilliantly spins a tightly woven tale that stands as one of the best and most powerfully rendered. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 8 PM.  Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Saturday, November 27, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: Federico Garcia Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba." Classic play about the tyrannical mother who attempts to dominate and control her five unmarried daughters, all of whom harbor a secret passion for one man. In this repressed environment,  Bernarda Alba  incites an explosion of passion,  hatred and despair leading to tragic  consequences. Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 3 AM; Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán,  Red Carper Theatre at Taino Towers,  Segunda Avenida  entre 122  y 123; 4 PM; Hasta el 28 de Noviembre del 1999. Boletos $ 10; estudiantes y seniors $8; descuentos para grupos. Para mas información y para reservaciones llame al (212) 397-3262.

Sunday, November 28, 1999

Latin American Theater Ensemble, El Portón del Barrio presenta: "Rosa de Dos Aromas" de Emilio Carballido. Dirigida por Franco Galecio, con Olga Agostini y Nancy Millán,  Red Carpet Theatre at  Taíno Towers, Segunda Avenida  entre 122  y
123; 4 PM.  Hasta el 28 de Noviembre del 1999. Boletos $10; estudiantes y seniors $8; descuentos para grupos. Para mas información y para reservaciones llame al (212) 397-3262

Tuesday, November 30, 1999

Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999 New York Season. Premiering three new works: "Somethin 'from Nothin'," choreography by David Rousseve to the music of Eddie Palmieri; "Guajira" by Pedro Ruiz to Cuban songs; "Avenida Brasil" by Regina Miranda to Brazilian music.  The Joyce Theater,  175 Eighth Avenue,  NYC,  (at 19th St.);  8 PM;  Admission:  $35.        For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents: Federico Garcia Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba." Classic play about the tyrannical mother who attempts to dominate and control her five unmarried daughters, all of whom harbor a secret passion for one man. In this repressed environment,  Bernarda Alba incites an explosion of  passion, hatred and despair leading to tragic consequences. Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 10 AM and 12 noon; Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents:  García Márquez's  "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  A spectacular wedding is followed by a stunning scandal and a savage murder to which everyone in a small Latin American town is an accomplice. García Márquez's, the Nobel Prize winning author of One Hundred Years of Solitude, brilliantly spins a tightly woven tale that stands as one of the best and most powerfully rendered. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 8 PM.  Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Sistahs Underground presents: "Sol in the Heights." Poetry and open mike hosted by poet  Mariposa. Includes performances by Sandra Marfa Esteves and Felipe Luciano. Cafe Largo, 3387 Broadway, between 137th and 138th Street, NYC; 9 PM. Admission: $5.  For information call (718) 515-3475

Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Ballet Hispanico presents:  1999 New York Season.  Premiering three new works:  "Somethin 'from Nothin".  The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, NYC, (at 19th St.); 8 PM; Admission: $35.  For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 10 AM  and  12 Noon.  Admission:  $35/$30/$25;  students  and  seniors,  $30/$25/$20.   For  information  call      (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: Federico Garcia Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba" ' Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 7PM; Admission: Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Thursday, December 2, 1999

Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999 New York Season. The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, NYC, (at 19th St.); 8 PM; Admission: $35.  For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents:  Federico García Lorca's,  "La Casa de Bernarda Alba".  Repertorio Español;  138  East  27th Street, NYQ 10 AM and 12 Noon.  Admission:  Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 7 PM; Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Friday, December 3, 1999

Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999 New York Season. The Joyce Theater,  175  Eighth Avenue, NYC,  (at 19th St.);  8 PM; Admission: $35.  For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 10 AM, 12 Noon, and 8 PM;  Admission: $35/$30/$25;  students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For  information  call (212) 889-2850

Saturday, December 4, 1999

Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999 New York Season. The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, NYC, (at 19th St.); 2 PM and 8 PM.  Admission: $35.  For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's,  "Chronicle of a Death Foretold". Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 2PM.  Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20. For information call (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: "El Baile, (The Dance)". Repertorio Español,  138  East 27th Street, NYC;  8PM.  Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Sunday, December 5, 1999

Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999 New York Season. The Joyce Theater, 175 Eigh6 Avenue, NYC, (at 19th St.); 2 PM and 7:30 PM; Admission: $35. For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio  Español  presents:  Federico Garcia Lorca's  "La Casa de Bernarda Alba".   Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 2PM; Admission: Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information cal (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: "El Baile, (The Dance)". Repertorio Español,  138  East 27th Street, NYC; 6PM.  Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15,  children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Ballet Hispanico presents:  1999 New York Season.  The Joyce Theater,  175  Eighth Avenue, NYC,  (at 19th St.);  8 PM; Admission: $35. For information call (212 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents:  Federico García Lorca's  "La Casa de Bernarda Alba'.  Repertorio Español,  138  East 27th Street, NYC; 10 AM and 12 Noon; Admission $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212 889-2850

Wednesday, December 8, 1999

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Family Day: Sabados de Bondad Familiar." Fun for families and students creating presents for the elderly in preparation for Three Kings Day. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue at 104th Street, NYC; 11AM -  5 PM. Admission: $4 adults, $2 students/seniors. For information call (21 -~ 831-7272, x113. Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999  New  York  Season.   The  Joyce  Theater,  175  Eighth   Avenue,  NYC,  ( at 19th St. );   8 PM  - 1 AM.         Admission:  $35.   For information call (2 12) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents: Dolores Prida's "Casa Propia".  Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 10 AM and 12 Noon; Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. F or information call, (212) 889-2850

Thursday, December 9, 1999

Ballet Hispanico presents:  1999 New York Season. T he Joyce Theater,  175  Eight Avenue,  NYC,  (at 19th St.);  8 PM; Admission: $35.  For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents:  Federico Garcia Lorca's  "La Casa de Bernarda Alba".  Repertorio Español;  138  East 27th Street,  NYC;  7 PM;  Admission:  $25/$20;  students  and  seniors,  $20/$15,  children  $10.  For  information  call     (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".   Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC;  10 AM  and  12  Noon;  Admission   $35/$30/$25;   students  and  seniors,  $30/$25/$20. For information call (212) 889-2850

Friday, December 10, 1999

Talent Unlimited, Inc. presents: "King of Cans/Rey de Latas," book, Music ar lyrics by Tato Laviera, starring Efrain Nazario. Red Carpet  Theatre,  Taíno  Tower  240 East 1 23rd  St.,  ( corner of Second Ave ), NYC, 8 PM. Admission: $10. For information call (212) 831-6823.

Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999 New York Season. The Joyce Theater, 175  Eighth Avenue, NYC,  (at 19th St.);  8 PM; Admission: $35.  For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents: Federico Garcia Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba".   Repertorio Español,  138  East 27th Street, NYC; 10 AM, 12 Noon, and 8 M Admission: Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Saturday, December 11, 1999

Talent Unlimited, Inc. presents: "King of Cans/Rey de Latas," book, Music a lyrics by Tato Laviera, starring Efrain Nazario. Red  Carpet  Theatre,  Taíno Towers,  240  East  123rd St.,  ( corner of Second Ave ), NYC,  8 PM.  Admission:  $10. For information call (212) 831-6823

Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999 New York Season. The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, NYC, (at 19th St.); 2 PM and 8 PM; Admission: $35.  For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents:  Federico Garcia Lorca's,  "La Casa de Bernarda Alba".  Repertorio Español,  138  East 27th Street,  NYC;  2 PM.   Admission:  $25/$20;  students  and  seniors,  $20/$15,  children  $10.   For  information  call     (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 8PM; Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Sunday, December 12, 1999

Talent Unlimited, Inc. presents:  "King of Cans/Rey de Latas,"  book,  music  and  lyrics  by  Tato  Laviera,  starring  Efrain Nazario. Red Carpet Theatre, Taíno Towers, 240 East 123rd St., (comer of Second Ave), NYC, 3 PM. Admission: $10. For information call (212) 831-6823

Ballet Hispanico presents: 1999 New York Season. The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, NYC, (at 19th St.); 2 PM and 7:30 PM; Admission: $35.  For information call (212) 362-6710

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC;   2 PM.  Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents:  "El Baile, (The Dance)." Repertorio Español, 138  East 2'th Street, NYC; 6PM.  Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Repertorio Español presents:  García Márquez's, "Chronicle of  a  Death  Foretold".   Repertorio Español,  138  East  27th Street, NYC; 10AM and 12 Noon; Admission: $35/$30/$25;  students  and  seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call  (212) 889-2850

Wednesday, December 15, 1999

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Three Kings Day Workshops." Fun for families and students creating art in preparation for Three Kings Day. El Museo del Barrio, 1230  Fifth Avenue, NYC,  (between 104th and 105th Streets);  11 AM - 1 PM. Admission: $4 adults; $2 students/seniors.  For information call (212) 831-7272, x 113

El Museo Del Barrio presents:  Nacimiento/Nativity  Scenes through January 9, 2000.  This exceptional large scale Nativity scene was commissioned as a collaborative creation by 21 of  Puerto Rico's most skilled santeros.  A special gift from  The Chase Manhattan Bank to El Museo's permanent collection, the Nativity will be on view for the first time during this holiday season. El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue, NYC, (between 104th and 105th Streets); Wednesday through Sundays;  11 AM - 5 PM; Admission: $4 adults, $2 students/seniors.  For information call (212) 831-7272

Repertorio  Español  presents:  "Cuentos Afro-Caribeños."  Based on the stories in  "Cuentos Negros"  by  Lydia Cabrera. Adapted, choreographed and directed by Adolfo Vázquez. A favorite among students, teachers and audiences of all ages, plus popular musical production explores the important oral and spiritual traditions that were brought to the Caribbean and the Americas by Africans.  The wonderful and  lyrical  tales documented by the famous  Cuban writer,  Lydia Cabrera  are brought  to life with  rhythms  music,  dance and dramatic  storytelling,  all placed within  an  Afro-Cuban/Caribbean Cultural context. Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 10 AM and 12 Noon.  Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Thursday, December 16, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: Federico Garcia Lorca's "La Casa de Bernarda Alba".  Repertorio Español,  138  East 27th Street, NYC; 10AM and 12 Noon; Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10. For information call (212) 889-2850

Friday, December 17, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold". Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 10 AM, 12 Noon, and 8 PM.  Admission:  $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For  information  call (212) 889-2850

Saturday, December 18, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 2 PM.  Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Repertorio Español presents: "El Baile, (The Dance)". Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 8 PM.  Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Sunday, December 19, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: "El Baile, (The Dance)".  Repertorio Español,  138  East 27th Street, NYC; 2 PM.  Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$l5, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Repertorio  Español  presents:  Dolores Prida's  "Casa Propia".  Repertorio Español,  138  East 27th Street, NYC; 6 PM. Admission: $25/$20; students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Monday, December 20,1999

Repertorio Español presents: Dolores Prida's, "Casa Propia".  Repertorio  Español, 138 East 27th Street,  NYC; 11 AM. Admission: Comedies/dramas, $25/$20; Students and seniors, $20/$15, children $10.  For information call (212) 889-2850

Tuesday, December 21, 1999

Repertorio Español presents:  Federico Garcia Lorca's  "La Casa de Bernarda Alba".  Repertorio Español, 138  East 27th Street,  NYC;  11 AM.  Admission:  $25/$20;  Students and seniors,  $20/$15,  children  $10.   For   information   call    (212) 889-2850

Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Repertorio Español presents: García Márquez's, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold".  Repertorio Español, 138 East 27th Street, NYC; 11 AM.  Admission: $35/$30/$25; students and seniors, $30/$25/$20 .  For information call (212) 889-2850

Thursday, January 6, 2000

El Museo Del Barrio presents: "Three Kings' Parade." El Museo celebrates its 23rd annual Three Kings' Parade, a beloved tradition  in  East Harlem.  The  two-hour  parade will begin at El Museo del Barrio and proceed north to the main artery of  El Barrio,  116th Street,  returning to  El Museo  on Lexington  Avenue.  El Museo del Barrio,  1230  Fifth Avenue,  NYC, (between 104th  and  105th  Streets );  10 AM.  Admission:   Free.   For information  or  to  participate  in  the  parade  call  (212) 831-7272,  x 113

Saturday, January 8,  2000

PAX Theatre Community presents: "The Tenth Annual Three Kings Celebration & Cultural Exchange". Musical and folkloric groups from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Mexico present their country's indigenous Cultural traditions in this annual Latin-unification forum. Special surprise guests. Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture Center, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx,  NY,  6 - 6:45 PM,  traditional meal;  7 - 10:30 PM  cultural presentation.  Admission: $10 general, $7 Students with ID, and seniors, BCA Cultural Card accepted on a two-for-one basis. For information and complete performance roster contact the Hostos' Box Office after December 1, 1999,  (718) 518-4455  or  PAX at  (917) 449-5412.

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