Bilingual Children's Play Fabulas Mayas Adapts Mayan Legends
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Danceability has always been a crucial part of pop music throughout the ages, but which decade -- the '80s or the '90s -- had the songs that can still make modern feet move? That very question will be answered in one night at The Fillmore as Biz Markie and several top cover bands curate a stream of hits from both the '80s and '90s. Markie, a beatboxer and rapper known for his 1989 Top 10 song "Just A Friend," plays host and DJ while '80s cover band The New Romance and '90s cover band Here's To The Night open and close the lineup with expert renditions of your favorite dance-worthy songs from their respective eras. Hosted by HOT 99.5, Washington DC's Top 40 and pop radio station, the Fillmore Flashback will prove once and for all which decade had the best tunes. Learn More
__By Cecilia Cackley
Bilingual version by Karin Tovar
Directed by David Lloyd Olson
In collaboration with Wit’s End Puppets
The duration of the show is approximately 60 minutes and the content is appropriate for the entire family, but in particular for children pre-K through 5th grade.
**About the Playwright and Production
Cecilia Cackley is a playwright and puppeteer based in Washington, DC Among the scenarios and scripts she has written or co-written are The Malachite Palace, Anansi’s Appetite, Coyote Places the Stars, and The Amazing and Marvelous Cabinets of Kismet, all produced by Wit’s End Puppets. Cecilia teaches playwriting at area schools through Young Playwright’s Theater, where she is a company member. She also has worked as a director, assistant director or stage manager for many area theaters, including GALA, Rorschach Theatre, dogandpony dc and the Capital Fringe Festival.
David Olson is a director, puppeteer, scenic artist, and performer based in Washington, DC. He recently returned from a year-long Fulbright Fellowship in Latvia where he examined the performance of national identity and globalization. He is a company member and managing director of Pointless Theatre, a puppet theatre company in Washington, D.C. He wrote Hugo Ball: A Super Spectacular Dada Adventure, which won Best Experimental Show at the 2011 Capital Fringe Festival. David recently worked with Basil Twist as a puppeteer in __Arias with a Twist __at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company and helped develop Basil Twist’s Rite of Spring. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park where he worked with Henson puppeteers-in-residence as well as Heather Henson, Dan Hurlin, and Aaron Cromie.
Featured in the cast are Cecilia Cackley and Bob Sheire, who both appeared in __Platero y yo __for GALita last season. Appearing for the first time with GALita are José Pineda and Carol Spring. Mr. Pineda has appeared at Actors Repertory Theatre and StudioWorks VA, and Ms. Spring is a member of Half Mad Theater and a former member of Blue Sky Puppet Theatre.
Light Design is by Joseph Walls, who designed __Platero y yo __and __Las aventuras de Don Quijote de la Mancha __for GALita last season. Costume Design is by Chelsey Schuller and Puppet Design is Genna Davidson. Mariano Vales is Music Director and Sound Design is by Kenny Neal. Screen Design is by Niell Duvall and Artemis López is Stage Manager. Anna Bate is Production Manager, and Andrés Luque is Technical Director.