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By Brian Robin

The Music of "La Havana Madrid"

To give you a taste of the songs that will be performed live in La Havana Madrid, playwright and actor Sandra Delgado put together a playlist of songs. It ranges from Latin hits from the 1950s and 1960s to a Broadway hit to a surf-rock classic to Christina Aguilera.

The playlist is available for listening on Spotify. Listen here

Included are:

  • “Sabor A Mi,” by Eydie Gormé
  • “Que Bueno Balia Usted,” by Bene Moré
  • “Bonito y Sabroso,” by Bene Moré
  • “Dance at The Gym: Mambo” from West Side Story, by Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim and the San Francisco Symphony
  • “Tolu,” by Lucho Bermudez
  • “Contigo en la Distancia,” by Christina Aguilera
  • "Capullo y Sorullo,” by Sonora Dinamica De Colombia
  • “Wooly Bully,” by Sam the Sham and The Pharaohs
  • “Wipeout,” by The Surfaris
  • “Sueño sueño,” by Paracumbe’ and Nelle Lebron Robles
  • “Ella,” by Trio Calaveras
  • “Piel Canela,” by Los Panchos
  • “Fever,” by La Lupe
  • “Que Te Pedi,” by La Lupe
  • “La rebellion,” by Joe Arroyo
  • “Rebelión,” by Joe Arroyo and La Verdad

Directed by Cheryl Lynn Bruce, La Havana Madrid runs July 15-August 4 at the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano.

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South Coast Repertory

South Coast Repertory is a Tony Award-winning theatre is known for producing classics, contemporary hits and world premieres, for having the largest new-play development program in the nation and for advancing the art of theatre in service to the community. 

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