Born in Washington, DC, and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, Pablo Croce is an award-winning director and producer. He won Best New Documentary Director at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival for his documentary on UFC champion Anderson Silva, Like Water. A winner of an MTV award for Best Short Video and multiple Latin Grammy nominations, Pablo’s résumé also includes extensive experience for producing advertising for high-profile multinational clients.
Siudy Garrido, a two-time Latin Grammy nominee and award-winning choreographer, is one of today’s most impressive artists in the flamenco dance scene. Her artistry has been hailed by fans and critics around the world as “mesmerizing,” “first-class” and “perfection.” She is recognized as a barrier-breaking artist, blending traditional and contemporary techniques into a brand of flamenco that’s entirely her own.
Venezuelan-born flamenco prodigy Siudy Garrido aspires to bring flamenco to a wider US audience by infusing it with elements of hip-hop and creating a spectacular stage show unlike anything seen before. With her dance troupe, they bring their production to a famed midtown New York stage in hopes of sustaining a long run at the venue. But in the toughest live-theater market in the world, the backstage challenges in the run-up to opening night and the excruciating anticipation of critical reactions prove to be as dramatic as anything that transpires on any Broadway stage.
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