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An evening of performances, dance, music, poetry, film, and visual art presented by Antiheroes Project together with a group of friends and collaborators at World and EYE Arts Center, Ft. Lauderdale during the FAT Village Art Walk on July 26, 2014.
Danays Bautista en Concierto (Danays Bautista in Concert) In July 2015, Antiheroes Project, in collaboration with the Centro Cultural Español (CCEMiami) presented for the first time in United States the Cuban singer and composer, Danays Bautista. An unforgettable concert that brought to the stage a talented musicians ensemble with the participation of a very diverse audience of South Florida.
This community presentation took place at Casa Amistad, February 16th, 2019 in Little Havana with the support of Carrfour Supportive Housing. It included the presentation of a work-in-progress of our first piece for children and the projection of Como cualquiera (Like Everyone Else). This open event was part of a program of workshops and conversations with the community of Little Havana, organized to amplify the outreach of the investigation launched as part of Barrio Babel, a theater performance and research venture which would premiere later in October of the same year at the Koubek Center.
This presentation grouped five female writers who somehow have ties of identity or origin with Cuba. Through an open conversation with the public on the subject of absence, loss and emptiness, Antiheroes lead a discussion about the habit of reading in our community by presenting five different books: Chance Born -2016- by Mia Leonin, Las trampas del hambre (Hunger Traps) -2016- by Mara Jimenez, No nací en Castalia (I Was not Born in Castalia) -2016- by María Cristina Fernández, La isla de las mujeres tristes (The Island of the Sad Women) -2014- by Elizabeth Mirabal and Cantar de la Obrapía (Obrapía Chants) -2012- by Elena Montes de Oca.
The first documentary material of Antiheroes, presented at Miami Dade College in October 2017 as part of the Disability Awareness Month. The 23 minutes work collects Scenes and Interviews with the team of Fluorescent Moon, and it was the educational component of the original project awarded by the NALAC Funds for the Arts of 2015-2016. Fluorescent Moon, which had been totally performed by blind individuals, achieved through the documentary the opportunity to explain how the team had managed to adapt different techniques to transform the memories of the blind performers into a theatre piece.
A look at theater from within. Two shows in one night, presented on September of 2015 at Sala artefactus. The full-evening program included the result of the theatrical laboratory The Secret Performance, by Antiheroes Project, followed by the premiere of “Bohemia.” That night, Antiheroes proudly presented for the first a guest company and their show Bohemia, directed by Susana Biondini with her own cast of actors.