Orlanod, Florida (PRWEB) September 04, 2014
Returning by popular demand, Pablo Croce Productions brings two legendary acts from the world of Flamenco and Broadway back to Florida this month. “SIUDY Between Worlds Entre Mundos,” has tour stops scheduled in Miami and Orlando. In conjunction with National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, proceeds from the Orlando show will benefit the Be Brave Foundation, http://www.BeBraveFoundation.org, which provides support to families of pediatric cancer patients.
The highly acclaimed production, inspired by a tribal tale of passion and love, comes to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami on Saturday, Sept. 20 and Sunday, Sept. 21, and to the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre in Orlando on Saturday, Sept. 27. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster or theater box offices.
“We are very excited to return back to Florida,” says the show’s co-creator and executive producer, Pablo Croce. “We originally brought the show back to Miami in 2012, following an extensive 50-show stretch off Broadway over the previous year, that really allowed the production to build a strong foundation in the U.S. Since 2012, the show has matured significantly and has grown after bringing the essential artistic elements and disciplines introduced to the performance by Siudy Garrido herself. The shows in both Miami and Orlando will also feature a new addition and special guest appearance by the acclaimed Broadway star of West Side Story, George Akram, who plays Siudy’s love interest. With a series of well received shows in Venezuela and Mexico last year, we are thrilled to have attracted a prolific team of world class talent that we are pleased to introduce for our newly developed and re-imagined shows in Miami and Orlando.”
By purchasing tickets using the offer code “brave” 50% of the proceeds will go to the Be Brave Foundation, which provides supplemental financial support to families who have a child battling cancer. In addition to financial support, the Be Brave Foundation provides “Gadget Grants” to give pediatric cancer patients new or gently used iPads, tablets, handheld gaming systems, and laptops. The electronic devices provide a distraction from the scary stuff so kids can focus all their energy on conquering cancer. Tickets may be purchased at: http://bit.ly/bebrave-siudy. For more information, please visit: http://bebravefoundation.org/events.html
About Be Brave Foundation
In February 2013, Mina and Jeremy Chambers’ son, Joshua, was diagnosed with very high-risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). The outpouring of support from friends and strangers led the Chambers family to establish the Be Brave Foundation, which supports the families of pediatric cancer patients with financial assistance. In addition, Gadget Grants provide new or gently used iPads, tablets, handheld gaming systems, and laptops to give young patients a distraction. Joshua has been cancer-free since June 2013.
About Pablo Croce
Pablo Croce was born in Washington DC and raised in Caracas, Venezuela. Pablo brings a strong international background to his work, which gives him “unique visual eye” throughout each project. Croce's music video career has been celebrated with an MTVLA Award in 2006 and an OYE Award in 2007, for Maná’s music video “Labios Compartidos.” Pablo also received 4 Latin Grammy Nominations for Best Video of the Year, 6 Billboard Award Nominations and 5 Premios Los Nuestro Nominations over a 10-year production career. Croce was awarded Best New Documentary Director at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2011 for his most recent documentary “Like Water,” a story on the UFC middleweight champion, Anderson Silva.
About Siudy Garrido
Born in Venezuela, Siudy Garrido began ballet and Flamenco at the age of 5 at her mother’s “Academia Siudy” where she studied the art of dance. She specialized in Flamenco at the school “Amor de Dios” in Madrid and Seville. Siudy also studied contemporary dance and jazz in addition to Flamenco. Siudy has performed alongside renowned artists including, Antonio Canales, Domingo Ortega and Adrian Galia and participated in the audio-visual encyclopedia “Paso a Paso los Palos de Flomenco.” In 2000, she created her own dance company and performed “Caminos Flamencos” which presented more than 80 successful shows at Disney’s Epcot Center. Her company produced other shows such as “En Cuerpo y Alma” (2004-2005) and “Bailaora” (2006-2007). Siudy was awarded the “2006 Municipal Dance Award” – Honorable Mention, in Venezuela. Siudy and her company have participated in various Operas, Zarzuelas and Philharmonic Symphonies., and Cirque du Soleil invited her to teach a Flamenco workshop to their cast in Las Vegas. Siudy has also guest-starred with artists such as Martirio, El Cigala, Chucho Valdes, Alejandro Sanz and Nina Pastori.
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