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Screenshot 2014-06-10 11.10.03See the cover of this program? See the picture of the hairy, chinky Latino screaming, that kind of looks like a caveman, and kind of like a monkey too?

Well, people think that guy is Cuban, Dominican, Jamaican, Brazilian, or Puerto Rican. He isn’t – he’s Nicaraguan – and that Nicaraguan is me – during a performance of my one-man show PET.

The month of May celebrated the one-year anniversary of that show’s premiere. So, I would like to thank everyone that came out to catch all the shows, and/or supported in any way. I would also like to thank the people that came out to see an excerpt of PET the other weekend, as part of the Design District’s new Site-Specific Performance Series.

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I was told by a very famous blogger/publicist (who doesn’t have a blog……or Facebook), that  I should share more of me and my doings with you. So, here.Screenshot 2014-06-09 13.46.17Thanks to all the people that came out to my lecture on Hip Hop culture over at History Miami the other weekend as part of our Flipside Kings residency there this summer. It was great to see people genuinely interested and willing to learn – as well as fun

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PET Promo

>>GET TICKETS HERE<<

PET is an interactive, one-man dance theatre piece set in a support group meeting for ex-lovers/serial monogamists built from an array of interviews and shared experiences of the broken-hearted. Drawing from a repository of human emotions, fears, hopes, dreams and instincts; while forging a blend of movement, speech and actions to tell its story — PET deals with the complexities of relationships, love, and lack thereof.

Written & Performed by Rudi Goblen
Directed by Michael Yawney
Commissioned & Presented by Miami Light Project

PET will receive it’s world premiere in May 2013 at The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse and was created with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

Video Credits:
Shot by Jess Weos (https://vimeo.com/jessweos)
Edtied by Wrekonize (http://www.wrekonizeonline.com)

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Genesis.

Pour out my lifeline’s wine
Here’s a toast to the ghost that told me that it was all inside my life’s mind
Bang your head against the sky and you can own that
Everything else is just noise, and you can coin that
Turn on, tune in, drop out – do what you want homie
But I’ll still hustle for supper, fuck if the world knows me
Who is this?
The same cat that doesn’t even have a pen to write up a wish list
I’m a creature of the wind, an angel with a blindfold
Shine like the moon on the water, plus my mind’s gone
Life’s a ride, grip to her rails
Write your vows on a rug and pin them on her coattails
Say happy trails, to say the least
Reach now, or forever hold your grief
I’m just a piece of the puzzle, muzzled with puddle that I struggle with
More like an ocean of emotions, still I love this shit
Genesis.

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¡MAYDAY! – Death March

Directed by Bernz & Wrekonize
Edited by Wrekonize
Produced by Andrea Casales & DJ EFN
DP: Jacob Rivera
Shot by Jacob Rivera,Giancarlo Loffredo,Anthony Uribe & Bernz
VFX by Artograf
Gaffers: Jacob Rivera & Giancarlo Loffredo
Key Grip: Jesus “The Mayor” Munoz
Featuring Eddie Gigs,Reef Eckhart, & Natasha Wylde

For more info on the new album “Take Me To Your Leader” and upcoming tour dates >>CLICK HERE<<

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D-Projects in Alaska.

Tonight and tomorrow night you can catch Insanity Isn‘t and Teo Castellanos’ “NE 2nd Ave” at Out North Contemporary Art House.

Insanity Isn’t

Insanity Isn’t is the story of Acey Sickly. While trying to sleep through the American dream, Acey wakes to an American nightmare to find himself plagued by financial burdens, media propaganda, religious beliefs, keeping up with the Jones’, his 9 to 5 and apocalyptic prophecies. B-Boy movements, rhyme, beatbox and live music weave together his journey back to insane sanity.


NE 2nd Ave

The emotional, often humorous one-man play depicts the lives of a Puerto Rican small time drug dealer, a deprived African-American young lady, a Haitian jitney driver, a Cuban-Jewish grandfather, Rasta Man, African American adolescent trying to find his footing in life, a Cuban rafter and a gay man, who each take the audience on a memorable journey through the intense streets of Miami.

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