“Here are five spots in NYC where you can immerse yourself into Spanish and Latin American culture and language.”
Here are five spots in NYC where you can immerse yourself into Spanish and Latin American culture and language.
1. Repertorio Español
Founded in 1968 by Gilberto Zaldívar and René Buch, Repertorio Español is a charming Off-Broadway theater that features plays written by Spanish, Latin American, and Hispanic-American playwrights (in Spanish, of course). For the advanced student only, as there are no subtitles available!
Repertorio Español, 138 E 27th St, New York, NY 10016
2. Nuyorican Poets Cafe
Miguel Algarín, Miguel Piñero, Bimbo Rivas and Lucky Cienfuegos founded this non-profit organization in 1973. Their goal was to support and promote Spanish-language literature and poetry. The organization bought its current building in Alphabet City in the 1980s, where they still host poetry, music, and theater performances, both in English and in Spanish.
Nuyorican Poets Cafe, 236 E 3rd St, New York, NY 10009
3. La Nacional – Spanish Benevolent Society
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