3-19 Dance Art Company presents Bewitched Writing, a beautiful and magical dance theatre piece honoring the life of Nobel prize winner and Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez. With a superb cast of multitalented performers of different ethnicities, Filipino Americans, African American, Mexicans, Salvadorans, Colombian, Italo African American, French, Belizean, Jewish American and Guatemalan, the multiethnic pot of cultures coming together to honor GABO, his life and his literary life. All of this under the exquisite musical score of Laurent Eyquem whose sensitivity to story telling through his music is like no other.
Music by Laurent Eyquem
Created, Directed and Choreographed by: Beatriz Eugenia Vasquez
Delante McCreary (Dancer)
Regginald Thornton (Dancer)
Claudia Paz (Dancer)
Reynaldo Santiago (Dancer)
Erika Zuniga (Dancer and Voice)
Edward Santiago (Dancer)
Kassandra Hernandez( Apprentice Dancer)
Marla Hamaya (Apprentice Dancer)
Beatriz Eugenia Vasquez (Choreographer/Dancer)
Special appearances by Margarita Luna (voice)
Cecilia Rae Schaugg.
Alfredo Iraheta (Visual Art consultant/props/photo/video)
Beatriz Vargas (costumes/wardrobe)
Amanda Morales (Backstage)
"Bewitched Writing" A dance poem, a dance tribute to the man responsible for Magical Realism.
3-19 Dance Art
"Where Magical Realism meets dance"
3-19Dance Art Founded and Directed by Beatriz E. Vasquez uses and combines the language of Ballet, World Dance, Performance Art, Story telling, Music and Visual Art, to transport those around to a different place in time. Beatriz E. Vasquez creates works that draw from different disciplines and ethnicities bridging the gap between cultures, gender, and the lines that so often divide humanity.
3-19 Dance Art has been featured at the LA Day of the Dead at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, The Echo Park Art Walks 2011,2012, Mi Alma Gardens, The Mix and Match Dance Festival in Santa Monica CA, Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, Plaza Mexico in Lynwood, The Mexican Cultural Center at Olvera Street, Mercado La Paloma, Pomona Art Walk, UCLA, Highways Performance Art Space, USC School of Genetic Science, Grand Performances at CA Plaza, Festival De La Calle Ocho, Human Resources Art Gallery, Bach In The Subways Union Station, San Pedro Arts Festival, Festival Mexicano at The Pico Rivera Sports Arena, The Angeles Theatre Center, Encuentro de Las Americas Theatre Festival 2017 and USC Los Angeles Festival of Books 2017,2018,2019.
On December 2015 3-19 Dance Art was the recipient of two awards, The Excellence Award by Festival De La Calle 8 for bringing classical dance and performance to the Latin community of Los Angeles, and the Gustavo VII International Award.
"I chose numbers to define my work as my work has no ethnicity, I swim in the waters of each culture as if it was my own. We live in a global world and I choose to be inclusive of everyone and everything as opposed to delineate boundaries. "
Beatriz Eugenia Vasquez
The Willie Agee Playhouse (View)
714 Warren Lane
Inglewood, CA 90302