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INT. LATINO THEATRE FESTIVAL OF LOS ANGELES ~ Oct. 25-Nov.25

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The 6th annual FITLA this year features performances in Spanish and English by Bolivia's Teatro de Los Andes:

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In a Yellow Sun (Memories of an Earthquake)

Peru's Yuyachkani Cultural Group:

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Ana Correa in Rosa Cuchillo.

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Debora Correa in Te Voy A Contar (Once upon a time)

and the clowns of Mexico's Teatro Sin Paredes:

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La Excepcion Y la Regla.

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ANTI-MAGIC and other things or how to travel with and inside a suitcase (Educational Youth Program.)

On Saturday, November 3rd @ 5pm, join FITLA at The Garden Magic of Alberto Hernandez, 1647 Maltman Street, Silver Lake, CA 90026 for what looks like a very spicy art exhibit and performance autorretrato by Xisco.

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Xisco.

For show descriptions, locations and schedule of events go to www.fitla.org.

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