In the microtheater of Miami 7 works on LGBTQI community


Since last May 30th to June 30, 2019, the Spanish Cultural Center (CCEMiami) joins the month of revindication the rights of the LGBTQI community with 7 unpublished theater works.

Ignacio “Nacho” Moralejo, director of the Spanish Cultural Center of Miami.

Miguel Sahid, Luciano Cortés, Kevin Cass and Yusnel Suárez are some of the directors in charge of this season with works in Spanish, English and Spanglish, all related to the LGBTQI thematic.

To commemorate and celebrate Stonewall’s 50th anniversary, which marked a milestone in the struggle for the recognition of LGBTQI rights, on June 28 Microtheater Miami has organized a special event with performances, show, music and stands.

Los actores Jose Carlos Gutierrez y Andrés Simonian

The Spanish Cultural Center in Miami (CCEMiami) maintains among its objectives, the struggle for the recognition of minority rights, facilitate access to culture by citizens and the support for creativity and local talent a space open to dialogue and diversity.

Microtheater Miami (1490 Biscayne Blvd.) is a permanent program of the Spanish Cultural Center in Miami, the LGBTQI season is presented together with Fundarte as part of the Out in the Tropics program.

Yusnel Suarez

The opening hours are from Thursday to Saturday from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. and on Sundays of 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.Tickets cost $ 6 per work and $ 5 for CCEMiami members and can be purchased at the Microtheater Miami box office or through the web

Nacho Moralejo, Karla Croqueta y Veronica Alvarez.

TVMAS was present at the inauguration of the season and spoke with Ignacio (Nacho) Moralejo, Director of the Spanish Cultural Center, who spoke about the activities they maintain for the Hispanic community. Moralejo also told us that since its inauguration in 1996, the CCEMiami has sought its consolidation as an open space and a reference for the creative community and with special attention to the creation in Spanish.

His programming of cultural activities has helped to be perceived as one of the most important cultural institutions of the city of Miami, a very heterogeneous city with a special Latin presence that serves as a bridge between the United States, Latin America and Europe.

During his trajectory CCEMiami has diversified the cultural services to the community to present a quality offer that reaches a great diversity of public. The presence in the media is constant, which has helped to build a positive and quality image of Spain and its cultural proposals.

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