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LatinXoxo

Migguel Anggelo

LatinXoxo

Afterglow @ OBERON

This event has been postponed.

Tickets

$25

This event has been postponed.

  • Tickets

    $25

This event has been postponed to a future date.

The health and safety of our staff, artists, and audiences is of utmost importance. We have decided to postpone LatinXoxo to a future date. Current ticket holders will be contacted about how to handle their tickets and when that date is announced. If you have any questions please contact our Ticket Services Office at 617.547.8300 (Tuesday – Sunday, noon – 5PM) or ticketservices@amrep.org.

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LatinXoxo is an outrageously queer and gender-bending concert experience. Anggelo peels onion layers of personas, putting on and stripping off “Latin lover” clichés as he reckons with the tragic death of his homophobic and disapproving father. As Broadway World noted at a recent performance of LatinXoxo at Joe’s Pub, “a Migguel Anggelo performance is guaranteed to entertain and enthrall.”

Conceived by Migguel Anggelo
Directed and Developed by Srđa Vasiljević
Musical Direction by Jaime Lozano
Book by J. Julian Christopher
Arrangements by Jaime Lozano
Piano and Guitar Jaime Lozano
Guitar Alberto Jiménez
Guitar and Bass Rudyck Vidal Espinosa
Percussion Joel Mateo
Costumes Ryan Park
Lighting Design Scott Davis
Stage Management Sarah Priest

About Migguel Anggelo

Like his namesake, Migguel Anggelo reminds us that he is, quintessentially, a renaissance man. His work is brought to life through an insatiable appetite to create without bounds, express poetically, provoke deeper thought, and to achieve the art of surprise.

Anggelo invokes muses from art history as he charts his evolving journey as a Latino immigrant and a queer man. He expresses himself through elaborate costume, musical composition, and monologue, evoking the “showmanship of Desi Arnaz and the performance art of Klaus Nomi” (Theater Scene). His influences and stylistic ambitions range from mime icon Marcel Marceau and silent-film comedian Charlie Chaplin to pop stars David Bowie and Freddy Mercury.

Anggelo is a force to be reckoned with. His energy is so contagious that you can’t help but become engrossed by his intensity, piercing eyes and poetry, and then two seconds later, he has you in stitches with his animated facial expressions and quirky sense of humor.

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Mr. Anggelo, the perfect chameleon, transforms himself with costumes, voice, and movement to break the boundaries of gender.

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