Monthly Archives: October 2013


The Amas Musical Theatre Lab – FRIDA

Frida Kahlo was a woman of indomitable spirit, who overcame multiple
injuries to become one of the most unique artists of the Twentieth
Frida the musical weaves magic realism with a contemporary Latin pop
score to tell the story of her unique artistic vision and her
turbulent relationship with the famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera.

Natalie Toro
Elizabeth Acosta Anthony Alfaro Danny Bolero Aymee Garcia Felipe
Gonzalez Veronica Vasquez-Jackson Deon Oliverio Ricardo George Salazar
Renoly Santiago Vanessa Verduga

Stage Manager Ashley Zednick

Musical Director
Doug Oberhamer

Directed by
Maria Torres

Friday, October 25 @ 6:00pm
Saturday, October 26 @ 3:00pm & 7:00pm

The Theatre at the 14th Street Y
344 East 14th Street, New York City
(between 1st and 2nd Avenues)

For Reservations email
or call 212 563-2565

N. Babylon Elementary Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Eventful night of “valuing differences, while celebrating diversity,” according to school.

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Photo courtesy of North Babylon School District.
Photo courtesy of North Babylon School District.
With food, music, heritage display, Latino-inspired art projects, crafts, and dancing children at Woods Road Elementary in North Babylon celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month on Oct. 4, according to a statement released by the school.

It was the 3rd annual “Latin Night” organized by the PTA for the school to recognize the “contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States and to celebrate Hispanic culture, including the long and important presence of Hispanic Americans in North America,” according to the statement.

On hand to help celebrate were Town of Babylon Councilman Antonio Martinez and Councilwoman, Jackie Gordon who presented the PTA with a Certificate of Appreciation for hosting the celebration.

The children were entertained by actor, Renoly Santiago, (Dangerous Minds, Con Air, Hackers.) who spoke with the children and the TKO Dance Academy from Queens, who performed salsa numbers for the crowd.