Migguel Anggelo: LatinXoxo

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A queerartful mashup of theater, humor, physical movement, and sumptuous song selections – spanning decades of pop hits, his own compositions, and the Spanish boleros – Migguel Anggelo literally peels back an onion layer of personas, strip teasing “Latin lover” clichés, and reckoning with the tragic death of his homophobic and disapproving father. With indelible precision, weaving in and out of the audience, the artist connects past and present while unraveling the stereotypes that would otherwise constrain him. With equal doses of sensitivity and sensationalism, Migguel Anggelo reminds us that our own self-worth is right there in the mirror. LatinXoxo was designed to immerse an audience in a highly personal story. 

Conceived & Performed by Migguel Anggelo
Directed by Adrian Alexander Alea
Book by C. Julian Jiménez
Music Direction by Jaime Lozano

LatinXoxo runs 70 minutes without an intermission and is performed in English and Spanish. 

This event is made possible by the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago and the Center on Halsted.