Sunday, March 26, 2006

Happy Spring!

I opened my window today and besides all the sounds of the traffic, I was able to hear a few birds here and there. There are no leaves on trees yet and and there is some snow on the ground... but at least in our minds Spring is here.
March has been full with many events:


2006 Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, March 9-11, 2006. Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago, IL
There I presented Bailemos Juntos with Kika, Alicia and Luz. I had a blast! It was so much fun (like everytime we have this mini-ELDB reunion). One of the things that I liked most is that I was able to connect, at different levels and different times with all the girls. We are such a great team! I can't wait to do more presentations with them. We have at least 2 o 3 more coming next year.


I presented "The Adventures of Don Quixote" for PLAC (Parents of Latin American Children). It was an awesome audience. We also did a song and a couple of line dances. We had so much fun!


I participated in the festival on THE EDGE at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
An alternative performance series for those who appreciate an informal atmosphere and arts with a bit of an edge.Have some coffee, meet friends, relax and enjoy performances by local emerging artists in our intimate black box theater.A mix of music, comedy, spoken word, dance, theater and just about anything else keeps this series lively and entertaining. Each night features an eclectic blend of interesting professional artists.This series is recommended for adults age 18 and older.
Paulino Brener in Interpretative Lipsinging: Beautiful Moments
Mikael Rudolph in Swim Home, nonverbal physical comedy
Ray Terrill Dancers in Interplay/still and moving, inspired by the music of Suzanne Vega
Music by Eugene Huddleston


Presented 3 performances of "The Adventures of Don Quixote" at THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF MINNESOTA (ISM). That was really exhausting! But a great experience as well.

March is almost over but April has many suprises as well!

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