Alea and Sinuhé
Join us this summer for a series of outdoor performances on our newly renovated outdoor Plaza. Each evening will run about 75 minutes and feature performances by Two River Theater artists.
Alea’s music arrests you with authenticity. The Colombian singer brings music from Latin America, adds pop, jazz, urban afro indigenous beats, and breaks through the usual molds of what we define Latin music to be. Alongside brilliant performer Sinuhé Padilla-Isunza, they’ll deliver a high energy performance that travels through Latin America’s Cumbia, Vallenato, Ranchera, Jazz, and Pop, with that New York City edge.
Rain Policy: In the case of inclement weather, we will safely move the performance to our indoor lobby at a limited capacity. Indoors, all patrons must wear a mask at all times when not eating and drinking, while seated at their designated tables. Patrons with tickets, that are not comfortable sitting indoors will have the option to exchange their tickets into another performance, have a credit placed on their account, donate the cost of their tickets back to Two River Theater or receive a refund.
Have health, safety, or ticketing questions about this event? Check out the series FAQ here.
A Special Invitation from Alea!
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MEET THE ARTISTS
Alea (she/her) is a singer-songwriter born and raised in La Guajira, Colombia. Alea has a Latin alternative style and is highly praised at her live shows for moving her audiences with messages of the spirit, social issues and love. She attended La Colegiatura Colombiana and later Berklee College of Music. Her sound combines her rich and diverse afro-indigenous background and provoques a new latin experience with ethno-futuristic and folkloric music.
Sinuhé Padilla-Isunza (he/him) – The Mexican musicologist, producer, composer, and artistic director, Sinuhé Padilla-Isunza [Si-noo-eh Pa-dee-yah], has been responsible for leading multiple compelling artistic and social projects around the world. His initiative champions traditional and contemporary Afro-Amerindian music and culture from Central and South America, but his true passion is rooted in his love for Mexico, Nahuatl cosmogony, sacred Aztec music and dance.