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Orishas in Movement: Performance Workshop on Cuban Folkloric Dance
Saturday Feb 8, 10:30-1:30pm
Location: Tarble in Clothier
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Cuban performers Cheryl Zaldívar and Jorge Caballero will lead a 3-hour workshop/class that introduces students to the dance practices of el Folklórico, which is rooted in the embodiment and telling of the stories of the Orishas, the Yoruba deities central to the Afro-Cuban religion commonly known as Santeria.

Leaving Home/Staying Behind: A Public Conversation about Cuban Immigration (in Spanish)
Thursday, February 6th 8:30-9:45am
Location: TBD

Cuban performers Idalmis Garcia and Cheryl Zaldivar will participate in a public conversation about Cuban Immigration hosted by SPAN 008 (Spanish Conversation and Composition). Moderated by Professor Eli Cohen, this conversation will take place in Spanish and will focus on the complex personal experience of immigrating to the U.S. from Cuba from two perspectives: personal insight as a new Cuban immigrant in the U.S. and the experience of Cubans on the island who have watched generations leave.

Creating Theater Collaboratively and Cross-Culturally -- Team Sunshine Devised Theater Workshop
Tuesday, February 18th, 1:15-4:15pm
Location: The Kuharski Studio, Matchbox

Hosted by THEA 012 (Acting II), Cuban performer Cheryl Zaldivar and Team Sunshine members Alex Torra and Benjamin Camp will host an introductory workshop to the tools and techniques used in the ensemble-created theater production ¡BIENVENIDOS BLANCOS! OR WELCOME WHITE PEOPLE!