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posted Oct 11, 2011, 6:14 PM by Anna Andrada
 
 
Oct-Nov
 

"La Republica Latina" 

TBH 2011-12 Arts Season!

 

Our tour through a place called "La República Latina" takes us to new destinations. The highlights of these civilizations are manifested by performances in music, dance and theater, as well as visual art exhibitions in a cultural extravaganza which is an artistic tour of Latin heritage. 

Visit our website for a complete schedule and more discovery!

Enjoy the best of the TBH 2011-12 Arts Season and save $$$.  

Buy your Passport for all 12 performances to the Republica Latina today to received discounted ticket prices, priority seating and additional benefits. Mini Passports are also available.   

2011-12 TBH PERFORMING & VISUAL ARTS 
 October 14-16 (In English)

Anna in the Tropics plain

 

Amid rooster fights and romance, Anna tells the story 

of a handsome lector who arrives at the cigar factory from Cuba, hired specifically to read to the workers as they cut, roll, and pack cigars. The novel he selects is Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, which proves to be quite an education for those within an earshot. Hailed as "poetic and passionate, enticing and exotic," Nilo Cruz's story will stay in you long after the applause dies down.

 

The play is directed by Peter García. Cast includes John Carmona, Sayra Contreras, Jorge Díaz, Sergio Flores, Lidia Porto, Cynthia Leal, Lidia Porto, and Luis Suárez.  

    

For Tickets Click Here

Buy one Get One - use the PROMO CODE:

"CUBA" to get a 50% discount when 

you are at the very last page at your google checkout.

 

"Anna in the Tropics" Audience Commentary

Oct 28 & 29
Cecile 
"Noche de Caribe" Salsa music and dance electrify the stage!

Fri,  OCT 28  | 8pm
Sat, OCT 29  | 8pm
 
Tickets $18 / $15

Join us for an extravagant dance engagement featuring the electric Tropical sound belted out by a full Salsa orchestra. 
Salsa, merengue, barchata, rhumba, plena among other rhythms are presented by musical directorship of Rainel Pino & the Araujo family (Cecille, Gerry "Pachanguito" & Reynaldo Araujo) brimming with passionate singing, smoldering percussion and spectacular dance choreography.

November - save the dates!

Dia de los muertos events  

Art, music, multimedia performances! 

 

More on "Drawn out Death"

 

More on "¡Amigo! grio la Muerte"

TBH CENTER SUPPORTS & PROMOTES
Oct 21-22
 

"Si Se Puede" by Sandra Organ dance Company
OCTOBER 21, 22th at 7:30pm

Talento Bilingue de Houston/333. S. Jensen Drive Houston TX 77003

Free and secured parking on site.

 

TICKETS:

$18 general public

$12 students/seniors/groups of 10+ 

Can be purchased online or 713-225-0677

 

Student/senior matinee field trips at discounted prices, are available by RESERVATION ONLY on Oct 19, 20 at 9:30am, 11:15am; Oct 21 at 11:15am.  (MUST RESERVE SEATS BY PHONE BEFORE 10/1/11)

 

Oct 20-23
 
The inaugural Texas Contemporary art fair features presentations from 60 galleries showcasing contemporary work from the most innovative, progressive and driven artists from around the world, and special projects related to the theme of energy and environmental sustainability, October 20-23 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. 

As a partner TBH is pleased to be able to offer our subscribers a complimentary pass here!

Oct 20-23
Rice University Lecture
Oct. 14,  5pm (Humanities Bdg,# 119)

Ignacio Sánchez Prado                                        "The Democratic Dogma: Mexican Intellectuals in the Neoliberal Age"

Admission: free    

Click here to view the poster

"Bocon" (Bigmouth) TBH's touring school production goes to Harmony Science Academy Houston High School on October 14th.

Bring Bocon to your school! Click here.   To find out more about this great production.

Oct 12th is Dia de la Raza or Dia de la Hispanidad.
(otherwise known as Columbus Day in the USA)
Learn more. 

VOLUNTEERS

Our Season is made possible with the support of volunteers. We invite you to be a part of a fun atmosphere where you will learn new skills and make new friends!

 

Also, you can  

-fulfill your community service  

-obtain recommendation letters

 

We are currently looking for Box office intern, ushers, greeters, set bulding/ striking, and tech crew.  

To get started, CLICK HERE!

ABOUT US
TBH Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3)
The mission of Talento Bilingüe de Houston is to educate all by preserving, presenting and promoting Latino culture.

 

Talento Bilingüe de Houston Cultural Arts Center is funded in part by generous grant awards from the Houston Endowment Inc., The Cullen Trust for the Performing Arts, The Brown Foundation, The Wortham Foundation, The Immanuel & Helen Olshan Foundation, the Texas Commission on the Arts, NALAC Fund for the Arts, the Mayor's City Initiatives Program and the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, Shell Oil Co., and METRO. 

SPONSORS

Talento Bilingüe de Houston Cultural Arts Center is funded in part by generous grant awards from the Houston Endowment Inc., The Cullen Trust for the Performing Arts, The Brown Foundation, The Wortham Foundation, The Immanuel & Helen Olshan Foundation, the Texas Commission on the Arts, NALAC Fund for the Arts, the Mayor's City Initiatives Program and the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, Shell Oil Co., and METRO. 

QUICK LINKS
Anna in the Tropics
Dia de los Muertos
Dance at TBH
Community - Art Fair
Community - Lecture

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