WHAT: The best
Rumba from Cuba: the legendary Muñequitos
de Matanzas presenting a unique review of music
and dance "La Rumba Soy Yo" (I am the
WHEN: August Friday10 and Saturday 11, 2001. 8
WHERE: Wilshire Ebell Theatre 4401 W.
8th Street, Los Angeles (323) 939-1128 (1 block
south of Whilshire on Lucerne Boulevard) Parking
and $16.00. Available by calling Ticketmaster
at (213) 365-3500 and (714) 740-7878; on line
or at Tower Records, Robinsons-May, Wherehouse
Music, Tu Musica and Ritmo Latino. Ticks available
at the theatre box office, (323) 939 -1128
LOS MUÑEQUITOS DE MATANZAS
Saturday AUGUST 4; midnigth-LAX Arrival/Llegada.-
Lobby of the Gershwin Hotel
in Hollywood and la Casa.-
Sunday 5th- Housing; planning / orientation
meeting, facilitators and SOTA
staff. Lunch by the pool.
Monday, 6.- 10 AM- Orientation Meeting. International
Programs and Services,
Cal State University, Ricardo Martins.
Monday, 6.- 1 PM.- Lunch, media kit-off
Monday, 6.- 3 PM.-AfroCuban Master Class by
Los Muñequitos de Matanzas- Music Hall
Tuesday, 7 .- to Thuesd. 9: Classes and workshops.
La Casa and AfroCuba.org
Friday 10 .1 PM to 7 PM, set up/ montaje at
Friday 10. 7-8 PM .- Fiestecita at front
of the Ebell
Friday 10 8-10 PM.- LA RUMBA SOY YO
Saturday 11.- 11AM Alma del Barrio 88.9 FM.
Radio entrevista/live Interview-
Guido, Cary, Jesus, Diosdado, Jorge
Sunday 12- Workshops
Friday 17.- Celebrate Brooklyn Festival in
NY. Sound check at 3 PM. One hour performance at 7
PM. Prospect park
Friday 24, Conga Room. Percussion, 8-9 PM
Sat. 25 and Sunday 26: African Marketplace
SEPTEMBER Friday 7. LA RUMBA SOY YO, State
Playhouse -8 PM
Saturday 8 & Sunday 9th, Street Scene
Festival. Dan Diego Thursday 13 or 20: Occidental College. Half
day residence. Workshop and
More in California, Nevada, Arizona.
Producing Director is Jorge
Luis Rodriguez. The Producer for the
2001 Muñequitos US tour is Ed Santiago. Stage
Of The Arts, is a non-profit California Educational
corporation founded 1982.
A presentation of the AfroCuban Research Institute.
Stage Of The Arts, Inc. in collaboration with the
International Programs and Services department of
California State University in Los Angeles. Sponsored
in part by KLON 88.1 radio and Timba Percussion.