Puerto Rican rhythms

C olorful light swirls through a seductive world of Latin nightclubs and sexy salsa singers in Quien Mato A Hector Lavoe? (Who Killed Hector Lavoe?), a musical play based on the life of late Puerto Rican salsa sensation Hector Lavoe. Written and directed by Pablo Cabrera, with sets by John Scheffler, costumes by Gloria Saez, and lighting by Sarah Sidman, the show opened in July 1999 at the 47th Street Theatre (home of the Puerto Rican Travelling Theatre Company) in New York City.

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