¡Gaytino!: Dan Guerrero's Solo Show About Being a Latino Who's Gay
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The last date listed for ¡Gaytino! was Thursday April 26, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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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
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Dan's show was truly fabulous...from his humble beginnings in old East Los Angeles, through the wars, and his coming of age in New York, his style, life, richness, and comedy shine in this entertaining, heartwarming, and laugh out loud...continued
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“A disarming twist on the triumph of the human spirit theme” — _Washington Post _
“… loveable, witty infectious lunacy” —_Los Angeles Times _
Guerrero began his eclectic career in New York, where he moved from East L.A. at age 20 to sing and dance in musicals. He performed for many years before becoming a successful Broadway talent agent in the years from A Chorus Line to Cats. Back to Los Angeles, Dan turned to casting for theater and television before establishing himself as an award-winning producer and director.
Guerrero has enjoyed a stellar career as an acclaimed producer of diverse programming for network and cable television in English and Spanish including projects for NBC, HBO, PBS, Telemundo and Univision. He has also directed and staged plays and international arts and culture events at such prestigious venues as the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for the Los Angeles Opera, New York’s historic Apollo Theatre and the Cité de la Musique in Paris, France.