Sueño: una versión caribeña de “Sueño de una noche de verano” de William Shakespeare



The Society of the Educational Arts, Inc. (Teatro SEA) and Dr Manuel Moran,
National Park Service and the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture presented as part of the International Theatre Festival 2015    Sueño: una versión caribeña de “Sueño de una noche de verano” de William Shakespeare.. 
The event takes place on the  Esplanade of Castillo San Felipe del Morro , Old San Juan and functions will be completely  free  to the public.

Dream, directed by Manuel A. Morán  it features a cast of thirty five actors, singers, musicians, dancers and puppeteers. The piece includes more than fifty carnival puppets, stilts and masks, including “vejigantes and big heads.” The piece will be set to music live musicans of the Puerto Rico Philharmonic Orchestra, led by renowned conductor Manuel Calzada Puerto Rican and Colombian Alejandro Zuleta.

All performances are in Spanish.
The staging has puppeteers, dancers, singers and live music.
Esplanade Castillo San Felipe del Morro, Old San Juan. 
Friday 11 and Saturday 12 December at 8:00 pm and Sunday 13 at 6:00 pm

Collaborating to Cure DIPG


DIPG Dad Juan Manuel Viu flew to the U.S. from Spain once again to meet with fellow DIPG Dad, John “Gungie” Rivera at The Cristian Rivera Foundation offices in New York last night.  Dr. Jaume Mora, of Spain’s Hospital Sant Joan de Deu flew into Boston earlier in the week to speak with Dr. Mark Kieran of the Boston Children’s Hospital and Dana Farber Cancer Institute.  The next stop on his trip included a meeting in New York with Dr. Mark Souweidane of Wiell Cornell and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. After speaking with both doctors about recent advancement in DIPG research plans, Dr. Mora met with John “Gungie” Rivera and Juan Manuel Viu at the CRF offices. From there, they enjoyed dinner at Babalu Restaurant in the Bronx to discuss upcoming collaboration to cure DIPG.