Cazateatro Bilingual Theater Group is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization founded in 2010. The mission of Cazateatro is to share the Hispanic-American culture through the scenic arts to create a unifying bridge for our wide-ranging community, stressing the importance of being bilingual and the richness of our diverse cultures.
The past year has been a year full of challenges. Everything that we knew, as usual, has changed. Now everything in our lives revolves around adapting to COVID-19, and so it should be. Despite everything, at Cazateatro, we have not forgotten our commitment to the community! We remain committed to our vision of building a bridge between cultures.
Due to Covid-19, our Afro-Latino week scheduled for February 24th to 27th, 2021, has been changed to a virtual event. We firmly believe that with everything we are experiencing with the pandemic, art keeps us together and brings joy to our families.
We are very excited to announce our third second Afro-Latino Week. Audiences will experience the Afro-Latino culture and music. We strive to create a bridge between different cultures and backgrounds. The upcoming event will be in honor of Black History Month, connecting Afro-Latinos’ valuable contribution in America and Latin America.
The schedule is:
Wednesday, February 24, 2021: Venezuelan Musician: Anyone Díaz – Sonidos Venezolanos -7pm
Thursday. February 25, 2021: Virtual Afro-Latino Bomba Dance Class with Redobles de Cultura Group,” a three top New York City-based Afro-Puerto Rican bomba practitioners. $10.00 via Zoom
Friday, February 26, 2021: Conversation with Redobles de Cultura: Bomba Music
Saturday, February 27, 2021: Conversation, From Africa to Mexico with Yves Tacknomi, Doctor of Pharmacy, Photojournalist, and Founder of the Nzima gallery
Experience the Latino rhythms and find your Latin soul.
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This event is thanks to the support of Autozone and Miller Dental Health.