Meet members of Las Reinas Chulas, a socially conscious Mexican cabaret company, as they discuss their creative process and show clips from their hilarious live performances.
Presented in collaboration with the PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature and The Bronx Writers Center at the Bronx Council on the Arts.
Free admission and cash bar; Click here to RSVP
Location: 2nd Floor North Wing
ABOUT THE GROUP
Las Reinas Chulas are a Mexican cabaret company solely composed of female performers, including Marisol Gase, Cecilia Sotres, Ana Francis Mor and Nora Huerta since 1998. Their shows use satire, farce and music to make humorous social criticisms, seeking dissent and reflection on current issues.
The company has performed more than 50 shows of original cabaret; written, directed, acted and produced by themselves, including: La Banda de las Recodas, Petróleo en la sangre, Bailando con la más fea, o Pesadilla en la Peña del Infiernol. Their work has been performed in cities all over the world including New York, Chicago, Copenhagen, Buenos Aires, Rosario, Sao Paulo and Asunción.
Public and Community Engagement Programs are made possible by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Mertz Gilmore Foundation.