Cuerda, El unipersonal de Wendy Ramos
March 16, at 8:00 pm$49 – $79
Por primera vez llega a New York
Wendy Ramos y su unipersonal “Cuerda”
El unipersonal mas aclamado del 2018 en Peru llega a tu ciudad.
Un evento que no te puedes perder y que te hara reír de principio a fin.
Ahora Ramos trae “Cuerda” a Nueva York, un espectáculo de una sola mujer que ha realizado 74 veces y ha sido visto por más de 44,000 personas en Perú y otros países. El éxito del programa es que ella revela no solo las complejidades de ser un payaso, sino también las complejidades de ser humano. El espectáculo llega a la sala de Lefrak Concert Hall de Nueva York en Queens College el sábado 16 de Marzo de 2019.
Clowns are supposed to wear their feelings painted on their faces. But for Wendy Ramos, a Peruvian actress who has spent more than two decades performing as a clown both on television and in the theater, the inner life of a clown is much more complex. Ramos began her career with the group Pataclaun, formed in Lima by university students who reinvigorated the art of clowning for the Peruvian public, first with shows in a small theater for 50 people and 10 years later on their television program that aired in the late ’90s. But part of Ramos’ mission as a clown has been using her work not only to entertain but to alleviate social problems.
Now Ramos brings “Cuerda” to New York, a one-woman show which she has performed 74 times and has been seen by more than 44,000 people in Peru and other countries. The success of the show is that she reveals not just the complexities of being a clown, but also the complexities of being human. The show comes to New York’s Lefrak Concert Hall at Queens College Saturday March 16 2019.