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Brunch set at the Blue Note





Luba & Ruben "FEVER" duet Jazz at Lincoln Center



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"A voice as big and rich as a star-filled sky." - Jazz Times
"A Broadway veteran and omnivorous singer." Billboard
"A force of nature. She goes deep and we want to dive with her." Huffington Post


Red Carpet at the premiere of Safe House Feb 7 2012

Luba joins her husband Rubén Blades on the Red Carpet at the premiere of Safe House, which stars Denzel Washingon and Ryan Reynolds.

Also in the cast are Brendan Gleeson, Sam Shepard, Vera Farmiga, Robert Patrick, Nora Arnezeder, Liam Cunningham, Joel Kinnaman, and Ruben Blades.

The premiere took place at SVA Theater in New York City.

Safe House opens nationwide on Feb. 10.



Theatreworks USA's 50th Anniversary Celebration Feb 12

Luba Joins Barbara Cook, Nathan Lane, Donna Murphy, Sara Ramirez and more

Theatreworks USA, the nation's leading not-for-profit professional theatre for family audiences, will present its 50th Anniversary Celebration gala Feb. 12 at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. This special benefit gala will be co-hosted by Charles Busch and Julie Halston.

The event will feature performances by Tony Award winners Barbara Cook, Nathan Lane, Donna Murphy, Sara Ramirez, along with Bryan Batt, Jennifer Cody, Colman Domingo, Ryan Duncan, Mary Faber, Forever Plaid, Jared Gertner, Ann Harada, Sheldon Harnick, Rose Hemingway, Gwen Hollander, Jayne Houdyshell, Joe Iconis, Jamie LaVerdiere, Luba Mason, Brad Oscar, Stephen Pasquale, Nic Rouleau, Daphne Rubin-Vega, and John Tartaglia.

The gala will also include a special tribute to Theatreworks USA Co-Founders Jay Harnick and Charles Hull.

The evening's honorees will include four-time Tony Award-winning director Jerry Zaks; George Forbes, Executive Director of the Lucille Lortel Foundation and President of the Off-Broadway Theatre League; Betty Jacobs, longtime Theatreworks USA Board and Founding Circle Member; Theatreworks USA Marketing Director Barbara Sandek; and NYC Department of Youth & Community Development Comissioner Jeanne Mullgrav.

Tickets for the 50th Anniversary Celebration start at $100 (show only) and $500 (dinner and show) and are available by visiting or by calling (212) 647-1100, ext. 126. NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts is located at 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square North.


My photos of Havana

Scenes in Havana: the Broadway Ambassadors, the hotel and streets... go to the Gallery page for full-sized images and photo descriptions.

Here is an article about the Broadway Ambassadors show in Granma Internacional Nov. 10, 2011:


The Broadway Ambassadors review, which contains some of the best known numbers from the great musical shows, had its space in the Gran Teatro of Havana’s García Lorca Hall.

The function (November 4), began with an introduction by Robert E. Nederlander, founder and president of Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment, one of the most important production companies on the Broadway theater circuit, who affirmed that it was an honor for them to act in such a beautiful theater and have the privilege of presenting the best of his country’s art, in this case Broadway musicals. "It is a privilege to be involved in this cultural exchange with Cuba."

The stage was set by four outstanding singers: Luba Mason, Capathia Jenkins, Norman Orell Lewis and Robert Evan Bucher, with Jeremy Roberts, the show’s musical director, at the piano. They were accompanied by 15 musicians from Havana’s Gran Teatro orchestra.

And they opened with Chicago. For the public crowded into the hall, Luba Mason recreated Velma Kelly, with an unrepeatable "All that jazz," from her Broadway performance with Brooke Shield’s Roxie Hart. She demonstrated and confirmed the reason for so much success, an exceptional voice.

It would be a fantastic night, as Rogers and Hammerstein wrote in the song "Some Enchanted Evening," interpreted by Norman Lewis.

During close to two hours there were ovations for Capathia Jenkins ("Somewhere", from West Side Story ), for Evan (Hello, Dolly) and for every song from musicals like The Wizard of Oz, Aint Misbehavin’, Phantom of the Opera, Company, Rent, Little Shop of Horrors, Man of La Mancha, Les Misérables, Jekyll and Hyde, Dreamgirls, Hairspray and, as a finale, the four of them together in two numbers from Hair and two of the best known songs in the world, "Aquarius" and "Let the sun shine in."