deLara's Mirror Image Fades at NYC's LaMaMa E.T.C., Dec. 17

News   deLara's Mirror Image Fades at NYC's LaMaMa E.T.C., Dec. 17 On the morning of an important business presentation, a woman discovers that she is locked in her apartment. As she is thrown out of her daily routine, she finds that she not only needs to free herself from her dwelling, but from the constraints, deadlines and pressures of her everyday life.

On the morning of an important business presentation, a woman discovers that she is locked in her apartment. As she is thrown out of her daily routine, she finds that she not only needs to free herself from her dwelling, but from the constraints, deadlines and pressures of her everyday life.

This is the plotline for the new production performed and directed by Aminta deLara [sic]. Ending its 12-performance run at La MaMa E.T.C. Dec. 17 is Mirror Image. The production started its run Nov. 30.

deLara, an American Academy of Dramatic Arts alumni originally from New York, won Venezuela's ANAC award for Best Film Actress. In Venezuela, she formed her own troupe called SinTeaTro, which originally presented Mirror Image.

This production includes music composition by María Eugenia Atilano, lighting design and photography by Carlos Ayesta, sound design by Nelson Sardá, sound programming by Héctor Hernández and Atilano, costume design by Beatrize deLara, and video by Luisa De La Ville.

Tickets are on sale at the Box Office at La MaMa E.T.C., 74 East 4th St. (between Second Ave. and Bowery), at (212) 475-7710. — by Ernio Hernandez