Mi: Michelle J. Rodriguez in Concert


Created & Performed by MICHELLE J. RODRIGUEZ 


Originally Premiered: November 20, 2020
Estimated Run Time: 45 minutes


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MICHELLE J. RODRIGUEZ is a performer, songwriter, musical theater composer/lyricist and actor. Ms. Rodriguez is a Van Lier Fellow at Ars Nova, a member of their 2020 Makers Lab and recently toured her show “MICHA MÚSICA: In Transit” in collaboration with The Mobile Unit and Joe’s Pub. She is currently under commission by The Public Theater for a new musical for their Mobile Unit program. With a voice that is “clear and compelling” and a sound that features “flourishes of bolero, bossa nova and even jazz” (Chicago Tribune), Ms. Rodriguez sings and writes music that shakes your heart and reminds you of home in all its forms. Her music project MICHA became a finalist for NPR’s 2018 Tiny Desk Contest with her song “Nena Nena Nena,” praised for a “bilingual set spanning laid-back southern soul and Latin pop flare” (NPR). In her spare time, Ms. Rodriguez learns how to ride horses, and reads and dreams about surfing. BA Williams College. michamusica.com

DANILO GAMBINI is a New York-based director of theater, musicals and opera, originally from São Paulo, Brazil. Directing credits include the musicals Fun Home and The Who’s TOMMY, Shakespeare’s The Tempest and Noah Diaz’s Rock Egg Spoon. As the Co-Artistic Director of the Yale Summer Cabaret, he directed Euripides’s Bakkhai, and adapted and directed The Swallow and the Tomcat from the Brazilian children’s book by Jorge Amado. Other credits: Agreste (Drylands), Ni Mi Madre, Truck (Yale Cabaret); Opera: Don Giovanni, Ariadne Auf Naxos, Eugene Onegin (Theatro São Pedro). He is currently the Directing Fellow at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and part of the 20-21 Roundabout Directors Group. Current projects include directing Alex Lubischer’s Do Wasps Have Desires? for Milwaukee Rep, and the song cycle In Our Silences by composer Frances Pollock and librettist Jerre Dye for Chautauqua Opera. Danilo holds an M.F.A in Directing from Yale School of Drama, a B.F.A. in Film and Television and an artist diploma as an actor from the School of Dramatic Art both from the University of São Paulo. danilogambini.com


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