“Todo en Domingo” is the weekly Sunday magazine for “El Nacional” one of the most important and recognized newspaper of South America. For this cover Eloísa got back to her dance roots to talk about the Festival VIVE LA DANZA for which she is Producer and Founder.
February 1, 2016
Just finishing a successful five week run of the amazing spanish play Ay, Carmela! at the Hudson Theatre in Hollywood.
August 24, 2015
Eva, the woman Eloísa Maturén plays in Fina Torres’ 2014 film Liz in September, wanders into a community of fierce women. Eva has just lost her son to cancer and left her cheating husband.
June 9, 2014
Complot is a general interest magazine with topics from fashion to gastronomy. Its main target is a mixed group with a high and demanding taste for a modern and alternative lifestyle.
April 24, 2015
August 27, 2010
Dressing Eloisa Maturen, a.k.a. Mrs. Dudamel
Two years ago, when designer Angel Sanchez met Eloísa Maturén backstage at Carnegie Hall, where her conductor husband, Gustavo Dudamel, was performing, his first thought was, “I would love to dress her!”
June 10, 2014
With a powerful mixture of humor and heartbreak, acclaimed Venezuelan filmmaker Fina Torres (WOMAN ON TOP) adapts Jane Chambers’ ground-breaking play “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove” to dazzling results. Strong-willed womanizer Liz (Patricia Velasquez, THE MUMMY) refuses to call attention to her health issues.
June 9, 2014
Festival VIVE LA DANZA it’s a two weeklong dance celebration organized every two years in Caracas – Venezuela. The upcoming Festival will take place during the summer of 2015 being this the 4th edition.
Eloísa Maturén is the producer and founder of this multimedia event that focus on developing audience awareness and engagement in the community trough dance.
June 7, 2014
“Todo en Domingo” is the weekly Sunday magazine for “El Nacional” one of the most important and recognized newspaper of South America.
June 20, 2014
CHICAGO The Musical, one of the most sensational musicals of all times arrived in Caracas under the direction of Luis Fernández produced by Mimi Lazo Productions and Evenpro.