Cuban Cultural Night: The Grandchildren of the Cuban Revolution Documentary Screening, More
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The last date listed for Cuban Cultural Night was Saturday July 9, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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More than 50 years after her tragic overdose, the dramatic life of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe still has plenty of power to fascinate. She's been the subject of books, movies, TV specials, songs and even a musical within a TV show. Now, Macha Theatre's new bio-play with original tunes, by Willard Manus and Odalys Nanin, promises to strip the secrets of the sex symbol away to reveal her passions and addictions, as she transforms from her rough beginnings as Norma Jean Baker to the world-famous movie star beloved by millions -- including a U.S. president. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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I found this documentary informative and sad.
One thing I din't like was that Odalys Nanin the owner of Macha Theater cut off the A/Q because she said she was hungry. That was rude. This lady definitely doesn't have any manners at all.
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Excellent documentary film followed by an informative panel discussion and followed by a generous buffet and live music. The theater structure itself is charming vintage, and the Theater Director, Odalys Nanin, was gracious and welcoming.
Quotes & Highlights
See a trailer for the film on YouTube.
The Grandchildren of the Cuban Revolution is an uncompromisingly frank, fresh account of Cuba’s youth after more than 50 years of that island’s life under one single government. The film tries to capture the vibe of Cuba’s youth today. Featuring artists like Los Aldeanos, Porno para Ricardo, Silvito El Libre and bloggers Claudia Cadelo, Yoani Sanchez and Laritza Diversent.
Panel discussion and DJ music following the screening. Post-show reception with light appetizers by Porto’s Bakery included in admission price.