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Cuban puppeteers evoke to José Martí

Matanzas, Feb 19.- The Puppet Theater of the stations concluded their tributes by 165 years of José Martí, with the revival of the play The Zapaticos de rosa, based on the namesake of Cuba's National Hero.

The mise-en-scene of one of the most successful collective in the repertoire of the puppeteer will take place at the headquarters of the group, the Pepe Camejo, of this city, located 100 kilometers east of Havana.

The evocative began on January 28 and 27 when, precisely, on the latter date was celebrated the feast of the most important figure of the Letras Cubanas, recognized as the Apostle of Cuban independence.

These presentations continued on February 10, 11 and 17 in remembrance to Marti, who in addition to eminent speaker and example of revolutionary intellectual, crop the genres of poetry, novels, theater and criticism.

Ruben Dario Salazar, director of the company, commented that the well-known poem published in the 19th century in the magazine The Golden Age, is represented with dolls, rounds, audiovisual projections, dances of lounge and animated objects in dramatic role.

The show, premiered in 2007, won awards for male and female, and mise-en-scene in the Contest Caricato of theater for children and young people from the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC).

In addition, reached the Design Prize Ruben Appearances Beauty Salon, the more the lauros Avellaneda at National Theater Festival of Camagüey, in the areas of design, music, performance of male and female, and artistic direction.

The cast is made up of Maria Laura German, María Isabel Medina, Javier Martinez of Durst, and Ivan Garcia.

Complete the artistic team scores of Elvira Santiago, the choreography of Liliam Padrón, design of Zenen Calero, dramatic Yamina Gibert and the Directorate General of Salazar.

"Special interventions of the first actor Carlos Pérez, The National Theater Award, and the lyric soprano Barbara Llanes, bring an exquisite accent to the piece dedicated to a man who deeply love their Homeland, boys and girls," said Salazar. (PL) (Photo: File)