“Kahlo” de Walter Ventosilla con Susan Rybin

Posted on Dec 15 2015 - 7:26am by Fernando Campos

La actriz de origen argentino Susan Rybin, quien desde hace varios años está a frente de la conocida Rybin School of Drama, asumió el papel titular de la pieza unipersonal “Kahlo”,  una nueva adaptación de “Frida Kahlo: Viva la vida,” la obra del dramaturgo mexicano Humberto Robles, que se llevó a escena comenzando el viernes 4 de diciembre — hasta el domingo 6 — en la íntima sala escénica del Producers Club, en el 358 West de la Calle 44, en Manhattan.

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La actriz Susan Rybin

Bajo la dirección de Walter Ventosilla, el destacado dramaturgo y director peruano, la obra unipersonal “Kahlo” relata la vida de la pintora Frida Kahlo, quien fuera esposa del célebre Diego Rivera, uno de los creadores del muralismo mexicano.

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Walter Ventosilla.

Susan Rybin contó la historia de Frida Kahlo en todas las etapas de su vida con canciones y música, con una escenificación completamente distinta a lo que se ha visto anteriormente.

Fernando Campos

About Fernando Campos

Fernando Campos, born in the Dominican Republic, is a film and theater critic and journalist based in New York since 1961, as part of a family very involved in the arts, being his brother the legendary actor Rafael Campos who worked in more than 50 Hollywood films, among others, with Marlon Brando in 'Appaloosa'. Founder and actual president of Latin ACE Awards, he has been part of the Association of Latin Entertainment Critics since the day of its foundation, December the 12th, 1967. He writes regularly for some of the most important Latin newspapers, such as Impacto NY, El Especialito, and El Especial. He is entertainment correspondent for Listín Diario, the most read newspaper in his home country the Dominican Republic, and also contributor to Associated Press historical archive images (http://www.apimages.com/metadata/Index/Olga-Agostini-Obit/2289fbc7cb7945858a03c89e1f33cd80), and has been awarded or honored by journalistic institutions, artistic associations, theaters and TV corporations, as well as community boards, more than fifty times during his more than 60 years of active journalism. He was for decades director and managing editor and editor-in-chief of such magazines as Canales and Temas. Featured at the Marquis' Who's Who in the World (https://cgi.marquiswhoswho.com/OnDemand/Default.aspx?last_name=Campos&first_name=Fernando), Mr Campos is probably the most prominent figure of Latin journalism in the US and one of the most important journalists of Latin America.