January 9, 2019 in THE BRONX – Free monthly screening of new, little-seen, and standout films! Featuring the documentary LATINOS BEYOND REEL. Co-presented with Prime Latino Media and in conjunction with 21 Islands International Film Festival coming in February 2019!
November 7 in THE BRONX – Free monthly screening of new, little-seen, and standout films! Featuring VOICES OF THE SEA. Co-presented with Prime Latino Media and in conjunction with 21 Islands International Film Festival coming in February 2019!
October 3 in THE BRONX – Monthly screening of new, little-seen, and standout films that you will love! Featuring OLD MAID, written and starring Sol Crespo, directed by August Schulenburg.
October 4 in THE BRONX – A fun and rigorous conversation exploring how artists have utilized Bomba & Plena to preserve and promote an important Puerto Rican cultural heritage, and to empower individuals and communities in pursuit of social justice.
October 19-21 in THE BRONX – Two men living among garbage cans dream of being the best street-performers in the city, without realizing that they will have to fight against a society in which they are invisible. A daring artistic approach that exposes sexuality, love and misery in a raw manner.
November 1-18 in MANHATTAN – Stories of resistance and resilience from brazen feminist and working-class perspectives — brimming with heart and laugh out loud humor! First NYC performances in five years!
November 4 in THE BRONX – Three extraordinary dance companies, one unforgettable afternoon! Bombazo Dance Company, Chief Joseph Chatoyer Garífuna Dance, and Harambee African Dance join forces for a dynamic celebration of dance and tradition from three cultures of the great African diaspora.
November 18 in THE BRONX – Dancer and choreographer Alethea Pace puts her nimble artistry at the service of memory, history, and collective empowerment. A moving exploration of how community responds to change, transformation, and attempts at erasure.
December 1 in MANHATTAN – Special concert preview of Pregones/PRTT’s stage adaptation of one of the most treasured works of contemporary Puerto Rican literature. The setting is an epic San Juan afternoon traffic jam, with hit song “La vida es una cosa fenomenal” blaring from every car radio!
December 13-22 in MANHATTAN – First full-length play by Latinx favorite Flaco Navaja pays homage to great musical icons from Janis Joplin to Menudo, from The Doors to Héctor Lavoe, from Jimi Hendrix to Rubén Blades. As much about Navaja’s creative evolution as about what makes our América great!