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  • Theatre 68 - Home Brewed NYC 03/29/12 - 04/27/12
    The 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company and artistic director Ronnie Marmo present a night of one act plays, exclusively written, directed, produced and starring members of the Company, that portray the joys and sorrows of life.
  • The Italian singer and actress Simona Rodano (aka The Italian Fairy) has debuted in New York with a theater show (titled ITALIAN, The Magical World of the Italian Fairy), an interactive performance that teaches children, three to ten, the Italian language while they are having fun.
  • Op-Eds
    Joey Skee*(January 28, 2010)
    “Who, or more precisely, what is an Italian American? To some self-appointed arbiters of italianità, the answer is: Roman Catholic, conservative, and indisputably heterosexual.” If we have learned anything from the ongoing scrutiny of the Italian-American “experience” it is that said experience is any thing but singular. Italian-American histories and cultures are diverse, multifaceted, and ever open to new interpretations and revisions.
  • Op-Eds
    Joey Skee*(January 28, 2010)
    “Who, or more precisely, what is an Italian American? To some self-appointed arbiters of italianità, the answer is: Roman Catholic, conservative, and indisputably heterosexual.” If we have learned anything from the ongoing scrutiny of the Italian-American “experience” it is that said experience is any thing but singular. Italian-American histories and cultures are diverse, multifaceted, and ever open to new interpretations and revisions.
  • In the third part of the interview, Giacomini elaborates on some of the technical aspects of operatic singing. A beautiful sound – according to the Italian tenor - is the one that is loaded with great emotion. The one that comes from your soul. This sound, however must also be produced with the discipline of the technique he reminds us. “Affondare” or “affondo” - these are the words that Giacomini uses to describe his technique, his particular way to project and support the sound from the lowest to the highest note. A real artist, though, not only sings well, but is also aware that each score and composer is different and requires a specific type of work to achieve the sounds that meet the needs of a particular work.

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