Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 7:00 pm | The Isabel and Peter Malkin Stage at Hearst Plaza

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Migguel Anggelo is a Venezuelan-born and Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary artist whose creative work explores the intersections of queer, Latino and immigration identities. As a musician, Anggelo has released two full-length albums: Dónde Estara Matisse and La Casa Azul. As a theater artist, he has developed residency works for MASS MoCA, Brooklyn’s BRIC, and the downtown cabaret Joe’s Pub, where he and his creative partners first staged LatinXoxo.

An outrageous and gender-busting solo musical theater performance that makes full use of his remarkable vocal range, nuanced acting and muscular grace, LatinXoxo—conceived by Anggelo with musical direction by Jaime Lozano, book by C. Julian Jiménez and directed and developed by SRĐA—is by turns hilarious, risqué and deeply moving. The work’s flamboyant costumes and ostentatious characters frame Anggelo’s reckoning with cultural preconceptions of machismo and identity, presented through intimately personal renditions of the Spanish boleros and pop music of his youth.

Conceived by Migguel Anggelo 
Book by C. Julian Jiménez
Musical Direction by Jaime Lozano 
Directed and developed by Srđa Vasiljević 
Costume design by Ryan Park 

Jaime Lozano, piano and guitar 
Alberto Jiménez, guitar 
Victor Murillo, bass 
Reinaldo de Jesús, percussion

Performance Length: Approximately 60 minutes, no intermission 

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