It’s time for cozy sweaters,autumn leaves and the Proyecto Latina Reading Series!
We’ve had a wonderful summer and are energized and ready for a season of creativity.
Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to see Prop Theatre’s production of Arizona No Roosters In The Desert. I thought Jazmin gave a strong and memorable performance in that production and we are delighted to feature her this month.
For Jazmin storytelling comes in many forms and she will be celebrating love, life and loss by reading/performing an original piece dedicated to her mom, who passed away last April. According to Jazmin she will accompany the piece with a few selections of poetry and some photographic images to help illustrate the fact that no matter what happens in life, there is always someone there who loves you.
Monday, September 19th 7PM to 9PM
Proyecto Latina Reading Series
1200 West 35th Street –3rd Floor
Chicago, IL 60608
Please note venue is a warehouse – use the main entrance on 35th Street
Street parking plentiful and CTA: #35th Street Bus
Disclaimer: No elevator available
Jazmin Corona, originally from Cleveland, Ohio, has been living in Chicago for the past 6 years. She has blessed many stages as an actor and as a dancer. Few, however, know that she is also a writer, photographer and teaching artist. If she’s not on stage than you can find her in the studio or in a classroom, sharing knowledge with and acquiring knowledge from our city’s youth. She is dedicated to using all her art forms to further an understanding between each other, for each other and of each other. Jazmin has performed and studied theatre and dance here in the U.S. and in Mexico. She has been a performer for the past 31 years. See Jazmin’s theatre credits… Her website is in the works at jazmincoronaphotography.com
SPECIAL NOTE: Before we forget we’d like to thank Abraham Duenas of Catedral Café for generously letting us use the community space. His café has closed and we wish him much luck on his new endeavors. We have begun looking for donated space for our reading series. If you have any suggestions let us know. This month we’d like to thank DeLaTorre Fine Arts Studio for carving out some creative space for us.