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RAISING A BLOODY MARY Loretta Ables Sayre, center, in a scene from ‘South Pacific.’ [JOAN MARCUS]
RAISING A BLOODY MARY Loretta Ables Sayre, center, in a scene from ‘South Pacific.’ [JOAN MARCUS]

Until June 22 (150 W. 65th St., 212-239-6200).

Samara, Música y Baile Flamenco, Sábado 3 de Mayo en La Guapachoza (Patricio Contreras)

martes, 15 de abril de 2008 05:32
["Samara"(musica & baile flamenco)]

Patricio Contreras

Hola a todos!
Bueno este mail es para comunicarles que el
Sábado 3 de mayo se va a presentar en el C.C.”La Guapachoza”
Samara
'música y baile flamenco'
; O sea...NOSOTROS!!!

Nos gustaría mucho que puedieran venir a ver nuestro trabajo, acompañarnos y disfrutar para después poder recibir sus opiniones y/o críticas constructivas(o no) pero bueno, el hecho es que vengan.
Abajo, o si no se viera mas abajo, como adjunto les mando el Flyer en el que pueden ver desde el valor hasta el transporte para el show, con el mismo motivo que las entradas.
En caso de que quieran comprar una, contéstenme este mail y les reservo una o las que sean, por que en la puerta seguro se las van a vender mas caras!
Agradeceria la difusión de este mail enviandoselo a quien crean, pueda interesarle, o bien a todos los que puedan!

Les mando un abrazo grande y espero sus respuestas!!!

...el Pato Contreras.

Samara, Música y Baile Flamenco, Sábado 3 de Mayo en La Guapachoza (Patricio Contreras)
Samara, Música y Baile Flamenco, Sábado 3 de Mayo en La Guapachoza (Patricio Contreras)

Tony Awards, Musicals

Los Angeles Times, 21 April 2008

Horror! 'Frankenstein' snatches most Outer Critics' noms

IT'S ALIVE!
Young Frankenstein
IT'S ALIVE!
Young Frankenstein [fuente]

"Young Frankenstein" saw its prospects for the Tony Awards improve dramatically Monday when it led nominations for the Outer Critics Circle prizes with 10 nods, including best Broadway musical. While the critics were less than impressed with the show when it opened last November, they sure showered it with love today. But perhaps that deluge of nominations says more about the competition than it does this Mel Brooks tuner.

Also up for best musical are the equally critically drubbed "A Catered Affair," the campy "Xanadu," and the yet-to-open "Cry Baby." While off-Broadway transfer "In the Heights" was ineligible for consideration as was the yet to open "Glory Days," "Passing Strange," which earned rave reviews, received only one nod -- best score.

...

However, the hottest race has to be best actress in a musical, which pits ingénue Kelli O'Hara ("South Pacific") against Broadway vet Patti LuPone ("Gypsy"). With only four nominees per performance category, there was only room left for Faith Prince ("A Catered Affair") and off-Broadway sensation Alice Ripley ("Next to Normal"). However, come Tony time, Jenna Russell should be among the five in the running for recreating her Olivier award-winning performance in "Sunday in the Park With George."

And though there was lots of love for "Frankenstein," voters snubbed two of its standout performances: Sutton Foster and Megan Mullally. Expect at least one of those two to compete in the featured actress race at the Tonys.

...

This year's winners will be announced May 12 (the day before the Tony nominations) and feted at the legendary theater district restaurant Sardi's on May 22.

Outstanding New Broadway Musical
"A Catered Affair"
Cry-Baby The Musical"
"Xanadu"
"Young Frankenstein"

Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical
"Adding Machine"
"The Glorious Ones"
"Make Me a Song —T he Music of William Finn"
"Next to Normal"

Outstanding New Score
"Adding Machine"
"Next to Normal"
"Passing Strange"
"Young Frankenstein"

Outstanding Revival of a Musical (Broadway or Off-Broadway)
"Gypsy"
"South Pacific"
"Sunday in the Park With George"
"Take Me Along"
Outstanding Director of a Musical
David Cromer, "Adding Machine"
Arthur Laurents, "Gypsy"
Bartlett Sher, "South Pacific"
Susan Stroman, "Young Frankenstein"

Outstanding Choreographer
Rob Ashford, "Cry-Baby"
Graciela Daniele, "The Glorious Ones"
Christopher Gattelli, "South Pacific"
Susan Stroman, "Young Frankenstein"

Outstanding Actor in a Musical
Roger Bart, "Young Frankenstein"
Daniel Evans, "Sunday in the Park With George"
Boyd Gaines, "Gypsy"
Paulo Szot, "South Pacific"

Outstanding Actress in a Musical
Patti LuPone, "Gypsy"
Kelli O'Hara, "South Pacific""
Faith Prince, "A Catered Affair"
Alice Ripley, "Next to Normal"

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical
Danny Burstein, "South Pacific"
Christopher Fitzgerald, "Young Frankenstein"
Shuler Hensley, "Young Frankenstein"
Tony Yazbeck, "Gypsy"

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical
Laura Benanti, "Gypsy"
Harriet Harris, "Cry-Baby The Musical"
Sherie Rene Scott, "The Little Mermaid"
Amy Warren, "Adding Machine"

Lista completa: goldderby.latimes.com/awards_g ... r-frankens.html

No, No, Nanette, 6 Performances Only

lunes, 21 de abril de 2008 09:00
$20 & $40 tickets for Encores! No, No, Nanette

Special Broadway Offers

No, No, Nanette is a light-hearted tale of millionaires, misunderstood wives, innocent young girls, beautiful women and betrayal, with lots of tap dancing. The show features such classic songs as “Tea for Two” and “I Want to Be Happy."

6 Performances ONLY!
May 8-12

NEW YORK CITY CENTER ENCORES!®
Artistic Director Jack Viertel Music Director Rob Berman

No, No, Nanette
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel
Music by Vincent Youmans
Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach

Starring
Sandy Duncan, Charles Kimbrough, Beth Leavel, Michael Berresse, Mara Davi, Shonn Wiley

Also Starring
Nancy Anderson, Jennifer Cody, Angel Reda

And
Rosie O’Donnell

Featuring The Encores! Orchestra
Guest Music Director Rob Fisher
Directed by Walter Bobbie

3 EASY WAYS TO ORDER
Online: Click here and use code 3559 on the login screen
By phone: Call CityTix® (212.581.1212) and mention code BWW
In person: Print out this page and bring it to the New York City Center box office,
West 55th Street, between 6th and 7th Aves. (Monday-Saturday 12-8, Sunday

nycitycenter.org/tickets/produ ... anceNumber=2779

Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific goes to Bloomingdales!

viernes, 18 de abril de 2008 15:17
Rodgers & Hammerstein's SOUTH PACIFIC Goes to Bloomingdales!

Lincoln Center Theater

Rodgers & Hammerstein's SOUTH PACIFIC goes to Bloomingdales!

If you are in the vicinity of Lexington Avenue and 59th Street in Manhattan between now and Sunday, April 27, check out the six Bloomingdales windows which face Lexington Avenue. They are devoted to Rodgers & Hammerstein's SOUTH PACIFIC and one of them is a tribute to Catherine Zuber's designs, featuring her original costume sketches.

Rodgers & Hammerstein's SOUTH PACIFIC goes to Bloomingdales!
Rodgers & Hammerstein's SOUTH PACIFIC goes to Bloomingdales!
lct.org

Celia. "The Life & Music of Celia Cruz"

viernes, 18 de abril de 2008 08:25
Final Weeks to see "Celia" for just $49.05 with Playbill

Playbill Club Manager

Celia. "The Life & Music of Celia Cruz"
Celia. "The Life & Music of Celia Cruz"
celiathemusical.com

“One CELIA Sensation! Salsa's Queen Still Rules! Laugart gives a POWERHOUSE performance as Celia Cruz!”
– New York Daily News
“Great Fun…Really SIZZLES!”
– New York Post
"Explosive! Don't Miss It!"
- Liz Smith

International recording artist Xiomara Laugart stars in this exhilarating new musical based on the life of superstar Celia Cruz. Through the eyes of her husband, Pedro Knight, Celia's story is revealed, from her humble beginnings in Cuba to the international stardom that included multiple Grammy Awards and a featured role in the Academy Award nominated film The Mambo Kings. Featuring a full orchestra, an ensemble of dancers, and 32 of Cruz's biggest hits - including "Quimbara," and "La Vida es un Carnaval" - CELIA is a stage spectacular that will leave you star struck!

Right now, you can experience this extraordinary musical event for just $49.05!
But with savings like this, tickets won't last - so buy yours NOW!
Tickets as low as $49.05! (reg. $89.05 & $77.05)
English Performances: Tues at 8pm, Sat at 5pm, Sun at 7pm
Spanish Performances: Wed-Fri at 8pm, Sat at 9pm, Sun 3pm

THREE EASY WAYS TO ORDER:
ONLINE: Click HERE or visit telecharge.com. Use code CE42PBL when placing your order.
BY PHONE: Call telecharge at 212-239-6200 or en Espanol at 212-239-6240 and mention code CE42PBL when placing your order.
IN PERSON: Print this page and bring it to the New World Stages box office at 340 West 50th Street
(BOX OFFICE HOURS: M -Th 1pm - 8pm, Fri 1pm - 11pm, Sat 12pm -11pm, Sun 1pm - 7pm)

** Conditions: $49.05 tickets valid for performances through 5/11/08. This offer is for select seat locations. Additional blackout dates may apply. Regular service charges apply. Schedule subject to change. Not valid on prior purchases or in combination with any other offer. All sales are final; no refunds or exchanges. This offer is subject to change and may be revoked at any time.
Offer Expires 5/11/08.

celiathemusical.com & myspace.com/celiathemusical

Ábrete Sésamo el 29 de Abril, 19.30 en el Bar de Pintxos (María José Algueró)

viernes, 18 de abril de 2008 07:19
EXPO

María José Algueró

Los espero. Un beso y un abrazo

Muestra "Ábrete Sésamo"
Muestra "Ábrete Sésamo"

Camisas pintadas a mano por María José Algueró:

[Foto Cristina Rivera]
Y todo es tap. Teatro Astral 22 nov 2006
Foto Cristina Rivera
Y todo es tap. Teatro Astral 22 nov 2006 [fuente]
alberto-aguero.com.ar/es/y-todo-es-tap.html

Y Todo es Tap 2006 [Foto Cristina Rivera]
Y Todo es Tap 2006 Foto Cristina Rivera [fuente]
alberto-aguero.com.ar/es/y-todo-es-tap.html

Simply Ballroom

viernes, 18 de abril de 2008 03:52
Simply Ballroom at The Regent Theatre

Stoke-On-Trent Theatres

Aeros at the New Victory Theater

The New York Times, April 15, 2008
Dance Review

Choreographers Cross Over, and Gymnasts Take Flight

[Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times]
Members of Aeros performing at the New Victory Theater.
Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times
Members of Aeros performing at the New Victory Theater. [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/04/15/arts/dance/15aero.html

By CLAUDIA LA ROCCO

Athlete-performers executing gasp-inducing feats. Pulsing music and roving spotlights. Tight, flesh-exposing outfits. At times it seems that there isn’t much daylight between skilled acrobatic troupes like Aeros, featuring members of the Romanian Gymnastics Federation, and many of today’s commercially minded contemporary-dance companies (not to mention those of classical ballet, if the Kirov’s season wrapping up at City Center this week is any indication).

The daylight shrinks even further when contemporary choreographers are invited to cross over to acrobatics. Aeros, which opened a two-week run at the New Victory Theater on Friday, has employed three of them to direct and choreograph this program: Daniel Ezralow, David Parsons and Moses Pendleton. The result is an hourlong stuntfest that, hard as it tries, is woefully short on thrills and artistry. It is the worst of both worlds, really, and it’s depressing to think that it will serve as an introduction to dance for numerous children at the family-friendly New Victory.

The show, as seen on Sunday afternoon, is not without one or two moments of magic. In the most striking passage a female ensemble executes rapid, floor-thumping flips. The women streak across the stage in shifting patterns, appearing as little more than kinetic blurs under Giancarlo Toscani’s dappled lighting.

In another the men throw themselves into staggered, spinning leaps, timing their jumps to appear in bright columns of light. But these moments suggest where this collaboration might have gone, not where it ends up.

Mr. Ezralow and Mr. Pendleton have strong ties to the troupe Momix (Mr. Ezralow helped create it; Mr. Pendleton remains its artistic director), so it is not surprising that many sections performed by Aeros could slide into one of that shape-shifting group’s spectacles without a ripple.

The most cringe-worthy episodes occur when the directors go for a patina of mystery or drama, as when two women soldier through vaguely balletic arm gestures to vaguely mystical music. A moment before they were upside down, everything but their muscular, scissoring legs covered by long skirts. Then they right themselves, and another transformation is complete: from impressive gymnasts to unremarkable dancers

Aeros performs through April 27 at the New Victory Theater, 229 West 42nd Street, Manhattan; (646) 223-3010.

nytimes.com/2008/04/15/arts/dance/15aero.html

La Próxima no me la Pierdo ni Loca ! (Laura Serrago)

martes, 15 de abril de 2008 20:09
Newsletter Aerolatino-Geba exclusiva para suscriptores, mie 16 abril 2008

Laura Serrago

Excelentes fotos!!! Felicitaciones Cris!!!!
La próxima no me la pierdo ni loca!
Lau

Bien Laura ! Que también se venga Cami ! (Digo yó. No sé. Por si el Profe Charly Calatrava necesita apoyo entusiasta en el escenario !)

Cami pintada

Swing Argentino - El Music Hall

martes, 15 de abril de 2008 13:37
Swing Argentino - El Music Hall -

Swing Argentino

"SWING ARGENTINO"

(El music hall)
De Alfredo Megna

ESTRENO 11 DE ABRIL
TODOS LOS VIERNES A LAS 20:45 hs.
Entrada $ 20
Reservas al 4776-6453 ó por mail a
ARÉVALO 1376 - FOLIES CLUB - PALERMO (a 1 cuadra de Dorrego y Córdoba)
Con todo el lujo y el glamour de un verdadero cabaret de los años 30

MUSIC HALL DE SWING
¡MÚSICA, BAILE y CANCIONES EN VIVO!

Para dejarse transportar a aquellas épocas donde cantantes engoladas, músicos enjundiosos y bailarines exasperados le daban vida a los salones de baile más increíbles de un mundo que reencarna, por un rato, en nuestro querido Buenos Aires.

· · · SWING · HOT CLUB · LINDY HOP · JAZZ · GLAMOUR · · ·

ELENCO · · ·
Músicos
Raúl Barrientos (contrabajo)
Lisandro Pejkovich (violín)
Carlos Ramírez (guitarra)
Voz, baile y kazoo
Cecilia Naab
Bailarines
Ana Luz Crespi
Gastón Fernández
Matías Vons
Agustina Zero
Maestra de ceremonias
Ana Megna
Producción integral
Nicolás Speraggi
Vestuario
Elena Inzillo
Escenografía
Gastón Fernández
Asistente de dirección
Ana Megna
Dirección
Alfredo Megna

Contacto y contrataciones
Nicolás Speraggi -

Fragmentos de la obra:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwZypPIOowg (video no disponible)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKRr2b61KQI (video no disponible)

Astaire & Rogers, 8: Carefree (1938)

imagen

Carefree: imdb.com/title/tt0029971

Photos

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imdb.com/title/tt0029971/mediaindex

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Vintage Film Poster

El Logotipo de Hoy

[Al Hirschfeld]
"South Pacific"
(April 3, 1949) Myron McCormick, Mary Martin and Ezio Pinza in "South Pacific," the story of a love affair between Nellie Forbush, a young Navy nurse (Miss Martin), and Emile de Beque, the wealthy French plantation owner, played by Mr. Pinza.
Al Hirschfeld
"South Pacific"
(April 3, 1949) Myron McCormick, Mary Martin and Ezio Pinza in "South Pacific," the story of a love affair between Nellie Forbush, a young Navy nurse (Miss Martin), and Emile de Beque, the wealthy French plantation owner, played by Mr. Pinza. [fuente]
theater.nytimes.com/ref/theate ... feld/index.html

[Al Hirschfeld]
A Season of Songs
(June 26, 1949) Left to right: Lisa Kirk, singing "Always True to You (In My Fashion)," and Lorenzo Fuller, Eddie Sledge and Fred Davis doing "Too Darn Hot," in "Kiss Me, Kate"; Juanita Hall, Betty St. John and William Tabbert in "Happy Talk," from "South Pacific"; and Carol Channing in "The Gladiola Girl," in "Lend an Ear."
Al Hirschfeld
A Season of Songs
(June 26, 1949) Left to right: Lisa Kirk, singing "Always True to You (In My Fashion)," and Lorenzo Fuller, Eddie Sledge and Fred Davis doing "Too Darn Hot," in "Kiss Me, Kate"; Juanita Hall, Betty St. John and William Tabbert in "Happy Talk," from "South Pacific"; and Carol Channing in "The Gladiola Girl," in "Lend an Ear." [fuente]
theater.nytimes.com/ref/theate ... feld/index.html

[JOAN MARCUS]
DAME, AHOY Kelli O’Hara stars in Lincoln Center Theater’s production of ‘South Pacific.’ The equatorial islands immortalized by Rodgers and Hammerstein pulse with beguiling allure, Eric Grode writes.
JOAN MARCUS
DAME, AHOY Kelli O’Hara stars in Lincoln Center Theater’s production of ‘South Pacific.’ The equatorial islands immortalized by Rodgers and Hammerstein pulse with beguiling allure, Eric Grode writes.

Coplita

Ya que solitos estamos
¿a qué andar con más murmullo?
Prenda si nos entendemos,
vos sos mía, yo soy tuyo.

Fuente:
Jorge M. Furt
Cancionero Popular Rioplatense: Lírica Gauchesca Tomo II
Alicante : Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, 2003
Edición digital basada en la de Buenos Aires, Imprenta y Casa Editora "Coni", 1925.
cervantesvirtual.com/servlet/S ... 91/p0000006.htm
[1965 (Córdoba)]

Imágenes de Salida

National Gallery of Art, 4th and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
Album Cover, 1894
New Century Fund, Gift of Edwin L. Cox - Ed Cox Foundation
2000.1.1
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
Album Cover, 1894
New Century Fund, Gift of Edwin L. Cox - Ed Cox Foundation
2000.1.1 [fuente]
nga.gov/cgi-bin/pimage?88494_0_0

Arte al Dia Internacional, 14 de Junio de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
EL SITIO RECOMENDADO antoniaguzman.com.ar/index.htm

Antonia Guzmán
The Great Walker/ Gran Caminante
2007
22 x 90 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas
Antonia Guzmán
The Great Walker/ Gran Caminante
2007
22 x 90 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas

The New York Times, 07 March 2008, Color As Field: American Painting

[Photo: Larry Poons/Licensed by VAGA, New York]
"Han-San Cadence" (1963) by Larry Poons
The strongest presence in the remainder of the show is Larry Poons, whose three paintings (from 1963, ’69 and ’72) outline his progress from optical dots on monochrome fields to torrential pours of paint that tosses stain-painting delicacy to the winds and parodying both Pollock’s and Ms. Frankenthaler’s finesse.
Photo: Larry Poons/Licensed by VAGA, New York
"Han-San Cadence" (1963) by Larry Poons
The strongest presence in the remainder of the show is Larry Poons, whose three paintings (from 1963, ’69 and ’72) outline his progress from optical dots on monochrome fields to torrential pours of paint that tosses stain-painting delicacy to the winds and parodying both Pollock’s and Ms. Frankenthaler’s finesse. [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/03/07/arts/de ... ign/07colo.html

“Color as Field: American Painting, 1950-1975” is at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Eighth and F Streets, NW, Washington, (202) 633-7970, through May 26.

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 14 FEBRUARY 2008
Poussin and Nature: Arcadian Visions

[Photo: Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth, Chatsworth Settlement Trustees]
Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665): "The Arcadian Shepherds"
If you have never associated Classicism with passion, or Romanticism with passions held in check, you may begin to after you spend time with Poussin.
Photo: Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth, Chatsworth Settlement Trustees
Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665): "The Arcadian Shepherds"
If you have never associated Classicism with passion, or Romanticism with passions held in check, you may begin to after you spend time with Poussin. [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/02/ ... 15-POUS_10.html

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 27 MARCH 2008
Heinrich Zille (1858-1929)

[Photo: Images provided by Academy of Arts Berlin]
Children on the Knobelsdorf bridge in Berlin, photograph by Heinrich Zille, 1898
"The world is not such a small place, it turns out. That’s one of the lessons of Zille's sesquicentennial. Certain types of stand-up comedy and other unexportable entertainments aside, art is today widely presumed to be universal. But countless Zilles still thrive in cultural byways of parochial pride."
Photo: Images provided by Academy of Arts Berlin
Children on the Knobelsdorf bridge in Berlin, photograph by Heinrich Zille, 1898
"The world is not such a small place, it turns out. That’s one of the lessons of Zille's sesquicentennial. Certain types of stand-up comedy and other unexportable entertainments aside, art is today widely presumed to be universal. But countless Zilles still thrive in cultural byways of parochial pride." [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/03/27/arts/de ... gn/27zille.html

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 04 APRIL 2008
Murakami at the Brooklyn Museum

[Photo: Julien Jourdes for The New York Times]
When the show made its debut last fall at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the shop was criticized for blurring the already fuzzed line between seemingly functional and nonfunctional luxury goods (i.e., art). But actually it’s an ingenious key to the Pandora’s box of Mr. Murakami’s art and stuffed with questions of art and commerce, high and low, public brand and private expression, mass production and exquisite craft.
Photo: Julien Jourdes for The New York Times
When the show made its debut last fall at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the shop was criticized for blurring the already fuzzed line between seemingly functional and nonfunctional luxury goods (i.e., art). But actually it’s an ingenious key to the Pandora’s box of Mr. Murakami’s art and stuffed with questions of art and commerce, high and low, public brand and private expression, mass production and exquisite craft. [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/04/ ... 404-MURA_2.html

THE NEW YORK SUN, 16 APRIL 2008

[BONHAMS NEW YORK]
A detail of Winston Churchill’s ‘Sunset over the Atlas Mountains’ (1935), which will be auctioned April 23 at Bonhams.
BONHAMS NEW YORK
A detail of Winston Churchill’s ‘Sunset over the Atlas Mountains’ (1935), which will be auctioned April 23 at Bonhams. [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN, 17 APRIL 2008

[LOHINGEDUL]
James Farrelly, ‘Daydreamer’ (2007).
LOHINGEDUL
James Farrelly, ‘Daydreamer’ (2007). [fuente]

Until April 19 (531 W. 25th St., between Tenth and Eleventh avenues, 212-675-2656).

THE NEW YORK SUN, 18 APRIL 2008

[MOMA]
Olafur Eliasson, ‘Colour spectrum kaleidoscope’ (2003).
MOMA
Olafur Eliasson, ‘Colour spectrum kaleidoscope’ (2003). [fuente]

Until June 30 at MoMA (11 W. 53rd St., between Fifth and Sixth avenues, 212-708-9400) and P.S. 1 (22-25 Jackson Ave. at 46th Avenue, Queens, 718-784-2084).

LOS ANGELES TIMES, 22 APRIL 2008

Sharapova's got game
Tennis star Maria Sharapova greets fans who came to watch her serve tennis balls to David Letterman during a taping of the "Late Show with David Letterman" in New York on April 21.
Sharapova's got game
Tennis star Maria Sharapova greets fans who came to watch her serve tennis balls to David Letterman during a taping of the "Late Show with David Letterman" in New York on April 21. [fuente]

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