4th Latin American Festival of Performing Arts (Virtual & In-Person)

  • 54 W Church St Orlando, FL 32801

Open Scene proudly presents the fourth edition of the Latin American Festival of Performing Arts (FLAE). Join us for an exhilarating lineup featuring free workshops and online performances streaming Caracas, Yucatan, Barcelona, and Buenos Aires, alongside vibrant in-person events in Downtown Orlando. This year, we're excited to bring to Orlando exclusive premieres, including the U.S. debut of Gustavo Ott's "Bandit & Bad Blood" produced by GALA Theatre from Washington D.C., the Orlando premiere of Sergio Blanco's "Tebas Land" produced by Miami-based Arca Images, and the Florida premiere of "Odd Man Out*," a sensory journey in total darkness created by New York City-based PitchBlack Immersive Experiences. Plus, there is the free exhibition of "Landslide," an art installation by Gisela Romero, in the lobby of Fringe ArtSpace. All the experiences are in Spanish with English subtitles/audio except for "Odd Man Out," which is presented in English. Celebrate the best contemporary professional art created by Latins from June 17 to 23. For more details, visit www.OpenScene.org/presenting.

Dates:
June 17, 2024 - June 23, 2024
Recurrence:
Recurring daily
Price:
Varies
Time:
Varies by Date

Open Scene proudly presents the fourth edition of the Latin American Festival of Performing Arts (FLAE). Join us for an exhilarating lineup featuring free workshops and online performances streaming Caracas, Yucatan, Barcelona, and Buenos Aires, alongside vibrant in-person events in Downtown Orlando. This year, we're excited to bring to Orlando exclusive premieres, including the U.S. debut of Gustavo Ott's "Bandit & Bad Blood" produced by GALA Theatre from Washington D.C., the Orlando premiere of Sergio Blanco's "Tebas Land" produced by Miami-based Arca Images, and the Florida premiere of "Odd Man Out*," a sensory journey in total darkness created by New York City-based PitchBlack Immersive Experiences. Plus, there is the free exhibition of "Landslide," an art installation by Gisela Romero, in the lobby of Fringe ArtSpace. All the experiences are in Spanish with English subtitles/audio except for "Odd Man Out," which is presented in English. Celebrate the best contemporary professional art created by Latins from June 17 to 23. For more details, visit www.OpenScene.org/presenting.