Programa de Confensiones (Long Form)

Programa/Program
Teatro Tercera Llamada presenta:

 Confesiones escrita por/written by Josefina Lopez
Dirigida por/Directed by Jay Marie Padilla

 Confessions by Josefina Lopez
Directed by Jay Marie Padilla

 

The Bards Town Theatre
1801 Bards Town Road
Louisville, KY 40205

 Junio 15,16,17,22,23,24, 2017 a las 7:30pm
Junio 18, 2017 a las 6:00pm

 Boletos/Tickets: $15 por persona en la taquilla/$15 at box office

 Teatrotercerallamada.com
info@teatrotercerallamada.com
(502)386-4866

Elenco/Cast

Rosie—Liz Benitez

Sofia—Judith Gonzalez Leyva

Doña Concepción—Lily Hernandez

Tiffany—Xenia Miller

Lolita—Liz Benitez

INTERMEDIO/INTERMISSION

Roxie—Lily Hernandez

Marquez-Bernstein PhD—Xenia Miller

Valentina—Lily Hernandez


Equipo/Crew

Traducciónes/Translations
Haydee Canovas, Carlos-Manuel, Xenia Miller

Vestuario/Costuming
Haydee Canovas

Diseño de Sonidos/Sound Design
Jay Marie Padilla

Grabación de Voice Overs/VO Recordings
Martin French y Cynthia Murguia

Voice Over Actores/VO Actors
Haydee Canovas, Cynthia Murguia,
Jorge Luis Ruiz, Dana Samayoa
Julio Samayoa

Supertítulos/Supertitles
Roxell Karr

Video Promociónal-Fotografia/Promotional Video-Photography
Julio Samayoa

Website Design and Online
Carlos-Manuel

 Biografias/Biographies

 Jay Marie Padilla (Directora/Director) está emocionado de regresar a dirigir con el Teatro Tercera Llamada. Señorita Padilla cuenta con haber trabajado en más de 75 obras de teatro en su vida. Ella ha trabajado en multitud de papeles de actor, director de escena, diseñador de sonido y el diseñador de luz y técnico, así como un director. Ella ha trabajado con varias compañías de teatro de Louisville como Looking for Lilith Theatre Company, The Alley Theatre, El Delirio Producciones y JCTCS para nombrar unos pocos. Monstruoso en El Closet, Ogros bajo la Cama fue su primera obra dirigida para Teatro Tercera Llamada. La Señorita Padilla tiene una Licenciatura en Artes Teatrales e Ingles de la Universidad de Louisville.

Jay Marie Padilla (Director/Manager) is excited to return to directing with Teatro Tercera Llamada. Miss Padilla boasts of having worked on over 75 plays in her life. She has worked in many roles of actor, stage manager, sound designer and the designer of light and technical, as well as a director. She has worked with several theatre companies in Louisville such as Looking for Lilith Theatre Company, The Alley Theatre, El Delirio Producciones and JCTCS to name a few. Monster in the Closet, OGRE under the bed was her first work for Teatro Tercera Llamada.

Miss Padilla has a Bachelor’s degree in Theater Arts and English from the University of Louisville.

 

 Xenia Miller, nació en San Salvador, El Salvador. Desde muy niña le gustaba escribir poesía, actuar y cantar . Escribió un guión para una obra llamada “El día de la madre” que actuó y dirigió. También escribió un cuento llamado” La luz de la Navidad”. Aunque se dedicó a estudiar la carrera de Ciencias Jurídicas en la Universidad Centroamericana ‘José Simeón Cañas’ UCA. Su sueño siempre fue actuar en teatro, y lo hizo realidad al participar en la puesta en escena de “Las Mujeres Verdaderas Tienen Curvas” de Joséfina López. Realizada en The Kentucky Center en Enero de 2017. Ahora regresa nuevamente con “Confesiones…” otra vez de Josefina López, interpretando dos monólogos: el de Marquez-Bernstein y Tiffany. Ella agradece infinitamente a la actriz y productora Haydee Canovas Hernandez y a la actriz y directora Jay Marie Padilla y a su familia por su apoyo incondicional.

Xenia Miller, was born in San Salvador, El Salvador. As a young girl she liked to write poetry, act, and sing. He wrote a script for a play called “Mothers Day” which she acted and directed. She also wrote a short story, “Christmas Light”. Although she devoted herself to studying legal science at the Universidad Centroamericana ‘José Simeón Cañas’ UCA, her dream was always to act in theatre, and reality did so by participating in the staging of “Las Mujeres Verdaderas Tienen Curvas” Joséfina López. ” Held at The Kentucky Center in January of 2017. Now back with “Confesiones…” by Josefina López, playing two monologues: Marquez-Bernstein and Tiffany. ” She infinitely grateful to the actress and producer Haydee Canovas Hernandez and the actress and Director Jay Marie Padilla and his family for their unconditional support.

 

Mi nombre es Dailyn Salazar Reve y mi nombre Artistico es Lily Hernandez,,naci el 21 de marzo de 1975, en Santiago de Cuba soy Locutora y Actriz mis mayores trabajos los hice en La Radio en Cuba ,interprete varios personajes en diversas novelas y series como La vida de Napoleon Bonaparte,La vida de Tinna Modotti,llegue a Los Estados Unidos el 9 de Febrero de 2016 y gracias a Teatro Tercera llamada en la comunidad Latina de Louisville tendre el placer de interpretar el personaje de la Escultora Cubanoamericana Anna Mendieta.

My name is Dailyn Salazar Reve my stage name is Lily Hernandez, born on March 21, 1975, in Santiago de Cuba. I am announcer and actress. I was a radio anchor and actress on the radio in Cuba, I interpret several characters in various novels and series such as the life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Tinna Modotti’s life. I csae to the United States on February 9, 2016 and thanks to Teatro Tercera Llamada and the Latino community of Louisville I had the pleasure of portraying the character of the Cuban-American sculptor Anna Mendieta in November, 2016.

 

Liz Benitez es una actriz que lleva varios años en Louisville, Kentucky. Liz actuado con la compañía El Delirio Producciones y estará presentando los papeles de Rosie y Lolita en Confesiones presentado por Teatro Tercera Llamada.

Liz Benitez is an actress that has lived in Louisville for many years. Liz has acted for El Delirio Producciones and is happy to debut with Teatro Tercera Llamada as Rosie and Lolita.

 

 

Judith Gonzalez Leyva es una actriz, recien llegada a los Estados Unidos de Las Tunas, Cuba. Tiene una Licenciatura de Artes Teatrales de ISA,Universidad de las Artes, Habana, Cuba. Sofia será el primer papel teatral en su nueva cuidad de Louisville.

Judith Gonzalez Leyva is an actress recently arrived from Las Tunas, Cuba. She has a Bachelors in Fine Arts from ISA, Universidad de las Artes, Habana, Cuba. Sofia will be her first theatrical role in her new

 

Equipo/Crew

Productora & Costuming/Producer & Costuming

Haydee Canovas es una enfermera avanzada, cubana-americana que juega en el mundo de teatro en Louisville, Kentucky. La Sra. Canovas es uno de los co-fundadores de las compañías Teatro Tercera Llamada y El Delirio Producciones y sirve como productora de todas las presentaciones de Teatro Tercera Llamada. Desde hace 3 años, comenzó a escribir obras teatrales basadas en actos reales y tiene el honor de tener una lectura dramatizada de se obra “Guiando a Molly” con la compañía Looking for Lilith Theatre Company Celebraciones de Quince Años UNHEARD/outloud este julio en el Clifton Center.

Haydee Canovas is a Cuban-American Family nurse practitioner that dabbles in theatre in Louisville, Kentucky. Mrs. Canovas is one of the co-founders of Teatro Tercera Llamada and El Delirio Producciones and serves as producer to all of Teatro Tercera Llamada’s shows. Within the last 3 years she has written several plays based on true life events and has been honored to have a reading of her play “Molly Driven” at the Looking for Lilith’s Theatre Company 15th Anniversary Celebrations: UNHEARD/outloud this July at the Clifton Center.

Supertitulos/Supertitles

Roxell Karr is a musician and multi-media artist residing in the greater Louisville metropolitan area.

Roxell Karr es un musico y artista de multi-media viviendo en el area metropolitan de Louisville.

Fotografia y Videografia/Photography & Videography

Julio Samayoa

En su paso por el teatro, el Sr. Samayoa ha tenido la oportunidad de participar en varias obras teatrales. La Pastorela, en el papel de Diablillo, en Henny Penny de Carlos-Manuel donde hizo el papel de Ramon Rooster , como el Chamoy en Pa’Gringolandia, y como el padre en Iceberg. El Sr. Samayoa esta contento por participar con Teatro Tercera Llamada, ahora en el área de foto y video.

Julio Samayoa has in his short stent in theatre had the opportunity to participate in various plays. Firstly as Diablillo en Francisco Juarez’s La Pastorela, where he played a devil. Then he was Ramon Rooster in Carlos-Manuel’s Henny Penny. He later played the role of Chamoy in Pa’Gringolandia as well as playing the father role in Iceberg. He is appreciative to Teatro Tercera Llamada to continue collaborating in the capacity of photography and videography.

Voice-Over Recordings

Martin French ha trabajado en muchos países y con una variedad de roles teatrales sobre los años. En Louisville su trabajo a incluido direccion, diseño y actuaccion para compañías como The Chamber Theare, The Alley Theatre, Little Colonoel Playhouse, Clarksville Little Theatre, LCCC, LRC, Mind’s Eye, Pandora, Savage Rose, Bellarmine’s STAGE, and Wayward Players además de muchos otros. Esta es la segunda vez que el Sr. Martin trabaja con Teatro Tercera Llamada. El trabajo como diseñador de luces y escenario en Silueta aunque ha trabajado con Jay Padilla en muchas ocaciones. Su próximo proyecto será con Looking for Lilith Theatro Company Festival UNHEARD [outloud] en el Clifton Center en julio, 2017.

Martin French has worked in a variety of theatrical roles over many years in a number of countries. In Louisville, his work includes directing, design, and acting for companies as varied as The Chamber Theatre, The Alley Theatre, Little Colonel Playhouse, Clarksville Little Theatre, LCCC, LRC, Mind’s Eye, Pandora, Savage Rose, Bellarmine’s STAGE, and Wayward Players, among many others. This is his second time working with Teatro Tercera Llamadea, having set and light designed for Silueta, and has worked with Jay Padilla on countless occasions. His next project is lighting Looking for Lilith’s UNHEARD[outloud] Festival in the Clifton Center in July, 2017

Voice-Over Actors

Jorge Luis Ruiz
Cynthia Murguia
Julio Samayoa
Dana Samayoa
Haydee Canovas
Jay Marie Padilla

TEATRO TERCERA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Haydee Canovas
Carlos-Manuel
Jay Marie Padilla

Misión/Mission

Teatro Tercera Llamada es una compañía de con fondos no lucrativos y con el propósito de presentar obras de teatro en español para la comunidad hispanoparlante de la ciudad de Louisville, KY y sus alrededores.

Teatro Tercera Llamada is a nonprofit theatre company with its main purpose of bringing Spanish language theatre to the city of Louisville, KY and its neighbors.


Agradacimientos/Appreciations

Kentucky Foundation for Women
Bill Walsh of St. Philip Neri
Ingrid Martinez
Doug Schutte of The Bards Town Theatre
Keith Waits of Arts Louisville
Carlos Morales y Erika
Danny Alvarez
Luz Estela, Penelope e Isabel
Daniel Gaskin
Elizabeth Alarcon Perello
Michel Hernandez
Javier Barroso
Luis de Leon
Luis David Fuentes de El Kentubano
Cynthia Murguia
Jorge Luis Ruiz
Dana Samayoa

 

 

 

PROXIMAMENTE EN JUNIO

Bashir

BOLETOS/TICKETS

BASHIR LAZHAR de Evenlyn de la Chenelier 

Una producción en español con subtítulos en inglés

Estreno: Junio 23 con Gabe Scott en el papel de Bashir Lazhar
Dirección: Kathi E B Ellis
Música original de Jon Sipayamanant

Bashir Lazhar es un maestro suplente en una escuela primaria en Québec. Es un refugiado de Algeria, huyendo de la violencia de su país. Sus métodos de enseñanza no son muy convencionales y se basan en la justicia y el valor y así poder enfrentar los problemas. Sin embargo estos métodos de enseñanza no son bien vistos por sus superiores.

En esta obra resalta la honestidad de un hombre que se enfrenta a las dificultados del sistema organizado. Bashir Lazhar recalca el tema universal del migrante y las confrontaciones culturales dentro del aula.

A teatrical production in Spanish with English Supertitles
Opens June 23rd with Gabe Scott as Bashir Lazhar
Directed by Kathi E B Ellis. Original score by Jon Silpayamanant.


Bashir Lazhar is a substitute teacher of an elementary school of Québec. He is fleeing violence of Algeria, his native country. His unconventional teaching methods based on justice and courage to face the problems are unsympathetic for the school officials.

This play evokes the honesty of a man confronted with the hardness of a system. Bashir Lazhar emphasizes a universal theme, the migration and the cultural shock in the classroom.

NUESTRA PROXIMA PRODUCCION

 

 

Nuestra compañía de teatro se complace en presentar una nueva producción
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Escrita y dirigida por Francisco Juárez, esta obra no solo te hará pensar en quien eres, donde estás y porque lo estás, sino que también te hará reír.

LLEGA EN NOVIEMBRE!!!!

NO TE LA PIERDAS!!!!!

Pastorela

pastorela
Francisco Juarez, actor de la obra en pantalón y camisa azul al centro

Francisco Juarez ha escrito una pastorela titulada “Todos Somos Pastores” la cual se presentó con mucho éxito en tres diferentes ocasiones y en tres diferentes localidades.

Todos somos pastores contó con la colaboración de muchas personas, las cuales no son actores profesionales sino amantes del arte teatral.

A todos los participates, al igual que al creador de #todossomospastores, felicidades!!!

Reseña para Monstruos/Ogros

La obra Monstrous en el Closet, Ogros bajo la cama estrenó este fin de semana. Keith Waits, uno de los críticos de teatro en la ciudad de Louisville escribió una reseña de la obra. A continuación les presentamos dicha reseña en su totalidad.

Reprinted with permission of the author. 

Haydee

Monstruos en el Closet, Ogros baja la cama
By Gustavo Ott
Directed by Jay Maria Padillo
Review by Keith Waits

Entire contents are copyright © 2014 Keith Waits. All rights reserved.

Many years ago I watched a movie at the Chicago International Film Festival called, ¡Vampiros en La Habana!, in Spanish with no subtitles. There was a mix-up and the wrong print had arrived just that afternoon. My friends and I did not speak Spanish but figured, what the heck, we came to the festival to watch films, and so we stayed. We had a marvelous time and found ourselves laughing along with the predominantly Spanish-speaking audience. The simpatico reaction was likely due to the animated film’s reliance on clever visuals and music more than dialogue to tell its satirical story, but the lesson is: language need not be a barrier.

I’ve been to one previous Teatro Tercera Llamada performance, which was, of course, in Spanish. Since I understand so little of the language, I did not review, but it was an interesting exercise gauging how much I could follow of the emotional intention based on the actor’s body language and gesture.

Now the company seeks to expand its audience by adding English supertitles so non-Spanish speakers might enjoy theatre by Latin writers like Venezuelan playwright Gustavo Ott, for example. Ott is much lauded internationally, with his work translated into English, Portuguese, German, French, Danish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Japanese, Galician, Catalan and Creole.

This play, which translates as, Monsters in the closet, Ogres Under the Bed, looks at the events of 9/11 in a poetical narrative enacted by two women (Haydee Canovas and Jomaris Dejesus) who portray various men and women caught in the World Trade Center Towers, their families, and, most significantly, the towers themselves. It is this mix of naturalism and metaphor that gives the material its unique perspective. As a son speaks to his father by phone from inside the North Tower, or a firefighter seeks reassurance from his mother on his first day on the job, our memories of that tragedy inform our understanding of the intimate and personal exchanges. These are affecting moments, but such scenes have been enacted in other dramas about 9/11.

But an unusual device in which the towers are portrayed as “sisters” frames these scenes: North (Canovas) and South (Dejesus). The crashes of the planes are like gunshot wounds in their sides, and they narrate the activity of the humans both in and outside of their bodies. They also speak to each other, sharing the pain and anguish, as twins are wont to do. At first clothed in golden yellow robes with a sense of the ecclesiastical about them, they discard this raiment as the story develops to expose simple white dresses with a distinctive midriff piece. By the time the towers have fallen, the two women are draped gracefully across the pedestals on which the “sisters” had previously stood, in a gesture of utter defeat.

There was some challenge in keeping up with the supertitles at first, in part because this is a language-heavy script. But the English translation (by Canovas and director Jay Marie Padilla) seemed to maintain the verse and poetic construction in good form and it became easier as action and dialogue came into balance with narration.

It mostly works, although there was one lengthy segment that could have been stood some editing. The scene is a touching moment when a man and a woman, strangers, are about to jump from the 99th floor rather than burn to death. After sharing a chaste kiss and words of farewell, they step off into oblivion. Ott then follows the journey of the woman in a monologue that lasted perhaps 8-10 minutes. Although filled with thoughtful and resonant observation, and meant to illustrate the cliché of one’s life flashing by in the final moments before death, to hear the character repeatedly state, “This should only last 5 seconds” only underscores the tediousness of the scene. The problem was exacerbated by having Dejesus flail her arms to suggest the falling motion, blocking that was distracting from the hushed tones of the character’s confrontation with mortality. A still, focused reading would have worked better.

Indeed, one of the great strengths of the production is unquestionably the emotionally sensitive performance of the two actors. Despite a few goofy moments where the elegantly clad women don fire helmets, Canovas and Dejesus transition from reverence to working-class characterizations with aplomb.

There is also a subtle but effective musical score from Jon Silpayamanant, and stark, direct design work in the setting, which includes a judicious use of projected images. Monstruos en al Closet, Ogres baja la camaexalts the memory of those who perished with due consideration, and represents an important and individual contribution to the body of fictional works about 9/11.

Monstruos en el Closet, Ogros baja la cama

November 20, 21, 22, 26 & 29, 2014 @ 7:30pm
November 30, 2014 @ 5:30pm

To get tickets: http://monstruos.brownpapertickets.com

Teatro Tercera Llamada
The Bards Town Theater
1801 Bardstown Road
Louisville, KY 40205
Thebardstown.org