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Teatro LATEA and Caicedo Productions Present
The One Festival
Wednesday, April 04, 2012 through Sunday, April 22, 2012

There will only be "ONE" Tickets are $15 in advance on Smarttix.com $20 at the door.

Length: 1 hr 55 mins
Intermission: Yes
Seating: General Admission
You choose your seats when you get to the theater.

TEATRO LATEA and CAICEDO PRODUCTIONS proudly present the "THE ONE FESTIVAL!" the Seventh annual event showcasing new theatrical works by solo performers.

ONE Participants
Written and Performed by: Cathie Boruch - “Up the Down Staircase”
A wacky jersey girls experience in corporate America with a rock and roll hippy soul
April 13, 2012 @8pm
April 16, 2012 @8pm


Written and Performed by: Sara Contreras - “Life Lines”
A comedic look at one Latina's past and present, and her winning battle against paranoia and Father Time
April 19, 2012 @8pm
April 21, 2012 @8pm


Written and Performed by: Dalia Davi - “Maria Montez Queen of Technicolor”
A south Bronx actress is possessed by the spirit of Maria Montez. The first Dominican leading to conquer 1940s Hollywood.
April 10, 2012 @8pm
April 20, 2012 @8pm


Written and Performed by: Kamsy Duarte - “Now and Then”
Young Julio takes you through his quest in life which shows his search for an identity through various periods.
April 10, 2012 @8pm
April 21, 2012 @5pm


Written and Performed by: Fariso Jordan - “Georgia”
Georgia maneuvers through love after rape. After a young couple survives this quiet violence, the play shows the staggered reality of what happens when a single thrust unlocks different answers to the same question.
April 9, 2012 @8pm
April 14, 2012 @8pm


Written and Performed by: Lailah Lancing - "Whahahappenwuz!!!"
Find out how a young child from jersey turned to be the sensational LAILAH LANCING!!!!!
April 13, 2012 @8pm
April 17, 2012 @8pm




Written by: Eduardo Leanez and Patrick E. Horrigan - "You Are Confused!”
You are Confused is a story of the relationship between a gay Latino boy and his mother.
Performed by: Eduardo Leanez
April 9, 2012 @8pm
April 22, 2012 @4pm

Written and Performed by: Gustavo Pace - “Naked Brazilian”
Our hero abandons his father's dreams for him in Brazil, to pursue his own dreams of adventure and sexual freedom in America.
April 12, 2012 @8pm
April 18, 2012 @8pm


Written and Performed by: Jose Roldan Jr. - “Father Forgive Me For I Have Sinned”
A South Bronx Tale - about Life, Love and Sazón.
April 11, 2012 @8pm
April 14, 2012 @8pm



Written Yasmin Bowe-Woods - “FETISH”
Performed by: Nadijah Abdul Khaliq
A young talented, ambitious and determined woman relocates to New York City to follow her dreams. Soon she finds herself going down a very slippery slope.
April 14, 2012 @5pm
April 21, 2012 @5pm



Written and Performed by: R. Ernie Silva - “Trouble Man”
A story about a man who finds trouble in smoke, mirrors and circular lies.
April 11, 2012 @8pm
April 19, 2012 @8pm


Written and Performed by: Nate Speare - “We Died of Thirst”
A young brat follows Ronald Reagan through the Underworld.
April 12, 2012 @8pm
April 16, 2012 @8pm

Written By: Christine Suero and Leticia Castillo - “A Little Sugar for the Heart”
A recipe for love and life brewed right at home.
Performed by: Christine Suero
April 17, 2012 @8pm
April 22, 2012 @4pm



Written and Performed by: Alfedo Tauste - “SHAMAN”
A REAl PANIC THERAPY- a multi-directed drama that will reveal a spiritual-analytical reality based on energetic and sensorial memories, traumas, dreams, nightmares, photographs, drawings, and personal monsters of the artist and creator, with the help of 5 directors
April 15, 2012 @4pm
April 18, 2012 @8pm

Written and Performed by: Marilyn Torres - “SANE”
Meet an array of women from different backgrounds who face their
demons concerning relationships, family, work and other life issues
that threaten their sanity.
April 15, 2012 @4pm
April 20, 2012 @8pm

Written and Performed by: Mac Welch - “Zero Population Growth”
An engaging look a five different perspectives on the modern human experience.
April 14, 2012 @5pm
April 21, 2012 @8pm
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This event is general admission and no seating is assigned at this time. You will choose your seats when you arrive at the venue. Please view the 'More info' link to view if the venue is ADA Complaint.