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The TBH 2011-12 Arts Season is right around the corner.  We are excited to bring you a great lineup of Performing Arts productions and Art Exhibit. This year we are featuring 9 Latino Countries including theater, visual arts, cinema, music and dance.   Go to www.tbhcenter.org for a complete schedule.

 

Houston's only Bilingual Performing Arts School


September 2011

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Learn, improve and grow your acting ability! 

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Youth (Classes begin September 5th!)

Adult (Classes begin September 13th)

 

September 7


Season Opener!

L.Abreux,

Wednesday - SEP 7th, 7 -10pm Artist's Reception

Come and meet Artist Luis Abreux on September 7, 2011 between 7 -10pm.  His work is featured in a solo exhibit at TBH Center through October 20, 2011. 

 

September 28

Mango Punch turns 20!

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MANGO PUNCH 

Celebrates 20 Years of Music!

Wed, September 28th - Buy your tickets now!

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$18 VIP Tickets - $15 Regular Admission

MANGO PUNCH! PERFORMING AT SUPERBOWL XXXVIII

MANGO PUNCH! PERFORMING AT SUPERBOWL XXXVIII

 

 

October 7-9 & 14-16


1st play of the season


Anna in the Tropics plain

Save the Dates!
@TBH Center:
Fri, Oct.7 at 8pm (Spanish)

Sat, Oct.8 at 8pm (Spanish)

 

Sun, Oct. 9 at 3pm (Spanish)

Fri, Oct.14 at 8pm (English)

Sat, Oct 15 at 8pm (English)

Sun, Oct 16 at 3pm (English)

Amid rooster fights and romance, Anna tells the story of a handsome lector who arrives at the cigar factory from Cuba, hired specifically to read to the workers as they cut, roll, and pack cigars. The novel he selects is Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, which proves to be quite an education for those within an earshot. Hailed as "poetic and passionate, enticing and exotic," Nilo Cruz's story will stay in you long after the applause dies down.

Directed by Peter García, featuring cast: John Carmona, Sayra Contreras, Jorge Díaz, Sergio Flores, Lidia Porto, Cynthia Leal, Lidia Porto, Ivette Roman y Luis Suárez.

 

Next Week


SEPTEMBER 2011


CTC Triumph

 

TBH Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3)

The mission of Talento Bilingüe de Houston is to educate all by preserving, presenting and promoting Latino culture.

 

Talento Bilingüe de Houston Cultural Arts Center is funded in part by generous grant awards from the Houston Endowment Inc., The Cullen Trust for the Performing Arts, The Brown Foundation, The Wortham Foundation, The Immanuel & Helen Olshan Foundation, the Texas Commission on the Arts, NALAC Fund for the Arts, the Mayor's City Initiatives Program and the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, Shell Oil Co., and METRO. 

Upcoming Events


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Art Exhibit

Mango Punch turns 20!

Anna in the Tropics

Triumph of Love

 

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