Venezuelan actress Lupita Ferrer returns to one of her first loves; theater.
The Mexican interpreter will tell intimacies, joys, sorrows and all the details that she went through to become one of the most recognized actresses of her native Venezuela and Mexico, her arrival on television, in Hollywood, to be the first Latina in the cities Hollywoodians, and their journey through life.
Ferrer will return to the tables in Miami at the Lupita Ferrer Drama Queen show to "tell her stories while singing, reciting, imitating, but above all she cries, cries and cries as she knows how to do it better than anyone else," according to the artist's representatives. "It will not be based on the traits of a fictional character created by Delia Fiallo, but inspired by events in her life that have never been told and that highlights the contrast of a classic and a modern diva."
“All my life I have had a passion to live intensely each of my characters, I have loved and hated them deeply. Sometimes I don't know what has been reality or what fiction, "says the actress.
The show reflects on the life of a great diva, who has spent her entire life pretending to be on screen but who escaped like water between her fingers. In her own words: "an expert in love, but I'm not sure if I got it for myself."
The play Lupita Ferrer: Drama Queen will be presented from October 16 - 20, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 7 pm Miami time.
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