Hudson TV 19, Hosted by Ricardo Aguirre is a show that covers happenings on both sides of the Hudson. From in-depth interviews to live news events. From entertainment news and performances to political commentary.
HudsonTV19 is hosted by Ricardo Aguirre. This episode features an interview with Colombian poet & civic leader, Rafael Palacios; as well as performances by Ruben D. Betancourt, Amos Duque, Luis Novoa; art by Sigfrido Duarte; art by Jose Acosta; a message from Alvin Ross; and an impromptu performance by Maxima Alerta.
HudsonTV19 introduces its new Host, Mr. Ricardo Aguirre.The show aims to bring you the best coverage
from NYC & NJ.Mr. Aguirre studied
at Universidad Central in Quito, Ecuador; Escuela Naval del Ecuador in Salinas;
Escuela de Marina Mercante in Guayaquil; and photography, filming and editing
He’s worked as a professional videographer and photographer since
1991.Has performed as a voice over artist
in commercials, TV shows, and documentaries.Worked as a photographer and journalist for the newspaper “La Voz”; as
well as in special poetry presentations on Radio WADO in NYC.
The new episode for November 2015 features performances and interviews
with one of the best musical groups from Cuba, Maxima Alerta, and the groups director
Ray Machado, as well as its members.Also a performance by renowned Dominican singer, Fernando Villalona.
The Grace Theatre Workshop, Inc. presents the world premiere of the dark comedy "Till Death" by Lucio Fernandez. The play opens on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 8:00 PM at The Producers' Club Theatre, 358 West 44th Street in NYC for a limited run. There will be a VIP Reception following the opening night performance on Wednesday, November 20th. The play is directed by Peter A. Dubo and stars Ruth Kavanagh and Lucio Fernandez.
"Have you ever been afraid of your wife or girlfriend?" Ruth Kavanagh plays the multi faceted "perfect woman" wishing to help Lucio Fernandez' desperately delusional and suicidal "Tony". What the character of "Tony" discovers is that "Some commitments must be kept." "Tony" finds himself lost in the illusions of his mind, constantly tormented by nightmares; nightmares driven by women from his past. In a constant search for peace... "peace of mind", he comes to believe that death is his only answer... the only way out of his predicament. But is that what he really wants? In his quest for peace, he finds that a commitment is a commitment, and some cannot be broken. In fact, some commitments are more than one can bare.
by Lucio Fernandez
Directed by Peter A. Dubo
Assisted by Megan Fernandez
*Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association.