"Remember El Alma" First On-site Performance Challenging the Alamo, March 2010

"Remember El Alma," First on-site performance
challenging the Alamo
original poem written by Barbara Renaud Gonzalez

Adapted by Virginia Grise; Produced by Bihl Haus Arts, Kellen McIntyre, Ph.D; Performed at Luminaria!
San Antonio, Hemisfair Plaza, San Antonio, Texas, March 13, 2010; 5 Actresses, 1 Musician
A cast of beautiful women, all ages and colors, from
all over San Antonio
; Foto Credit: Joan Frederick @2010

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

The Guadalupe Cultural Center/The Chisme-mill says Cachetadas happened, what do you think?

According to sources who ask to remain confidential, there is speculation that Cynthia Langston, the Guadalupe Center's Development Director, may have left her position as a result of an altercation there last week with a TCA Offical. Ms. Gage McElwain, Director of Marketing for the TCA, denies that any altercation or slapping occurred on their site visit last Wednesday.

My reliable sources say that governmental agencies are intensely private about sensitive issues like this, insisting that something did happen. More on this later.


2 comments:

unavoz said...
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unavoz said...

The point here is that Langston is yet another female that has been fired from the Guadalupe another VICTIM. My sources say that Ruiz himself told some high up muckety mucks in the arts that he had to fire Langston because she slapped the auditor. So Ruiz continues to trash his staff, like he has been doing since he got here. Of course the board is not holding him accountable. The sad thing is if Langston did indeed slap the TCA auditor she will probably have to face assault charges. I can't help but feel sorry for this woman. Ruiz must have put alot of undue stress on her for her to snap like that. Of course the Board of Directors continues to support their "golden boy." Let's just sit back and watch the Guadalupe crumble.What a shame!!!