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El Living Room

El Living Room


Angélica Negrón
Angélica Negrón / Photo by Quique Cabanillas

El Living Room
is a 4-part offbeat variety show imagined and orchestrated by Puerto Rican composer & performer Angélica Negrón and directed by Puerto Rican
undisciplined artist Macha Colón.

It’s a playful multimedia exploration of sound and story, of personal history and belonging. The show is a hybrid of funhouse, variety, Latin American morning TV, and late-night talk shows baptized in the waters of magical realism—the studio/set becomes a truly immersive musical landscape, blending the warmth and intimacy of your best friend’s living room with a whimsical, surrealist playground open for experimentation. Each week, El Living Room is activated by composers, performers, sound artists, comedians, and storytellers exchanging ideas with Angélica, delving into subjects both ordinary and complex, through the lens of humor and familiarity.

Leadership support for The Greene Space’s Artist-in-Residence program is provided by the Jerome L. Greene Foundation and the MetLife Foundation. Additional support for this project is provided in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.


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