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Ithaca College students gave a tremendous performance of "A propósito de la duda" (For the Sake of Doubt) at the United Nations on Tuesday, December 10th, in honor of International Human Rights Day.

In recognition of the thirtieth anniversary of the return to democracy in Argentina, after a military dictatorship claimed approximately 30,000 lives (1976-83), IC students shed light on the continued search for the missing children and grandchildren of the dictatorship period.


All are welcome to attend our bilingual performance of

"A propósito de la duda" / "For the Sake of Doubt" 


Sunday December 8th, 2013

3pm in Textor 101



 IC Teatro will perform the play "A propósito de la duda" this Friday, September 27th, as part of the conference entitled "Democracy and Dictatorship: Past and Present" taking place at Cornell University. 


 IC Teatro will present two performances of Beautiful Señoritas, by renowned Cuban writer and columnist Dolores Prida.

April 27 at 7pm at Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) 330 E. MLK/State St. *Performance will be followed by a reception

April 28 at 6pm in Textor 101, Ithaca College                                                     *Performance followed by talkback with CSCRE professor Paula Ioanide


Both shows are free and open to the public.  


As the ninth anniversary of the March 11th terrorist attacks in Madrid approaches, IC Teatro will present Ana Diosdado’s Harira on Tuesday, March 5th at 6pm in the Handwerker Gallery. 

In one moving and beautiful act, Diosdado transports us to a Madrid kitchen on March 11, 2004, just minutes before the carefully planned attack on the city’s commuter trains during rush hour. Still considered Spain’s most deadly terrorist attack, the explosion of ten bombs on four different trains rocked the city and the country’s very existence. Our story, directed by Gipsy Fernández, weaves the lives of the immigrant house worker, Amina (Reisy Veloz), with that of her Spanish employer, Carmen (Yuberky Reyes), melding their memories and life experiences while they prepare the Morrocan soup, harira, in the comfort of Carmen’s kitchen. Though culturally dissimilar, the women grow in friendship through their discussions of their families, their traditions, and the event that would forever rewrite their lives.



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