En cuanto a las condiciones sociales que se tienen en el Intar
, se establece que el estudiantado proviene de poblacion desplazada por la violencia, sin empleo, que vive de la economia del rebusque o subnormal y de los subsidios del Gobierno.
Migdalia Cruz escribe su primera obra, The Have-Little (1987, 1996), en su totalidad en el INTAR
Additionally, the Henry Street Settlement, the NYC Hip-Hop Theater Festival, and INTAR
reduced general admission ticket prices and provided discounted tickets for students, fulfilling their respective commitments to making theatre economically accessible to underrepresented communities.
Both were produced by INTAR
in 1984 and selected for the Theatre Communications Group's Plays in Process series (Ramirez).
Jorge Ignacio Cortinas' play "Tight Embrace," receiving its world premiere with Intar
Theater, is pleasant enough.
En una puntual y detallada puesta del experimentado director cubano, radicado en Nueva York, Max Ferra --undador del INTAR
, uno de los espacios teatrales latinos mas importantes de Estados Unidos, con notables montajes en ambos idiomas-- consigue un trazo conmovedor e impecable de una obra en la que su autor por primera vez ahonda sin concesiones en una enfermiza relacion donde las pasiones se muestran a flor de piel.
McWillie and Iverna Lockpez (New York: INTAR
Gallery, 1992), 21.
England midfielder Ince's protracted move from Intar
Milan was thrashed out in Italy last week by Liverpool's Chief Exective, Peter Robinson.
Mario Vargas Llosa has written a new play, La Chunga, which is running in English translation at the INTAR
stage on 42nd Street until March 9.
2017 and project documentation for the building permit issued by intar
as, With its registered office at bezrucova 81/17a, 602 00 brno, Id no: 25594443, At 06/2016 , As amended by revision 1 of 04/2017, Which are in electronic form (on cd) annex 5.
Just a year before PRTT's founding, New York City also saw the founding of INTAR
by Max Ferra.
Though not much criticism has been written on the play, Herbert Mitgang's review in The New York Times following the 1984 production at the INTAR
theatre describes the play as watching "an illusion at sea" and it seemed clear to me that since the play is still being performed twenty-five years later, there,s more that the play might reveal for its readers, particularly with another look at how Margarita's adolescent corporeal body is able to negotiate the border between the physical and spiritual, the realistic and magical.