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The Center for Literature and Theatre @ Miami Dade College Welcomes Back Rebambaramba

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Miami, March 27, 2014 - The Center for Literature and Theatre @ Miami Dade College (MDC) will welcome back Rebambaramba at 7:30 p.m., Friday, April 11, at the Koubek Center, 2705 S.W. 3rd St., in Little Havana. The event is free and open to the public.

As the word suggests - party, confusion and uproar - Rebambaramba is celebration of songs, dance and poetry. This edition brings together several artists from several disciplines to illustrate and showcase their interpretation of the word “moon.” The event will feature the works of poets Uva de Aragon, Juan Cueto, Carlos Pintado, Teresa Maria Rojas and Orlando Gonzalez Esteva; musician Ana Belen; singer-songwriter Marisela Verena; actors Jaqueline Briceño, Grettel Trujillo and Jorge Hernandez; dancer Belma Suazo, and painter Cesar Santos.

“We are so excited to bring Rebambaramba back to our programming,” said Alina Interian, director of MDCulture. “For this year, we’ve invited local talented artists that represent South Florida’s diversity. It will be an evening of fellowship and creative exuberance.”

About The Center for Literature and Theatre @ Miami Dade College

The Center for Literature and Theatre @ Miami Dade College promotes reading, writing and theatre throughout South Florida. Its Generation Genius programs for children and teens promote literacy and learning. Its creative writing program has national appeal, with courses taught by local and visiting authors. The Center is home to Prometeo Theatre, the nation's leading Spanish language, conservatory-style program offering training for actors, and featuring performances year round. In 2012, the Center celebrated its tenth year with a renewed commitment to the advancement of literary and theater arts. The Center collaborates with a number of cultural institutions and other partners in South Florida, and throughout the state, to create innovative or theme-based initiatives year-round.  

Media-only contacts:
Juan Mendieta, 305-237-7611,, MDC communications director
Tere Estorino Florin, 305-237-3949,, MDC media relations director
Sue Arrowsmith, 305-237-3710,, media specialist
Kai Hill, 305-237-3359,, media specialist
Roxana Romero, 305-237-3366,, media specialist
Alejandro Rios, 305-237-7482,

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