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Alexa Kuve


She began her acting career with the teacher Teresa María Rojas. He has worked on more than 15 plays and 12 soap operas, in addition to the TV series Burn Notice and Hacienda Heights. In cinema she has starred in the shorts Chambelona and Fade Out. She started as a theater producer with Fresco Productions and Venevisión Internacional and was responsible for the Script Department for CIM Video Productions. He worked as a production assistant for Gems TV, Sánchez & Levitán, Zubi Advertising and Siboney USA. Since 2001, when she founded Arca Images, she has produced more than 30 plays, two short films and 5 exhibitions of plastic arts. Alexa is a graduate of the Florida International University Master’s Program in Hispanic American Literature and is currently earning a PhD in the same area of study.

Larry Villanueva

Larry Villanueva

instructor / director

He began as an actor under the tutelage of Teresa María Rojas at the MDC and debuted under the direction of Nilo Cruz in Persecution, by Reinaldo Arenas. He participated in several international soap operas and stood out in Azúcar Amarga, a film by León Ichaso. He dedicated more than a decade to teaching at the School of Arts and Minds and is now in charge of directing the Arca Images Acting Workshop. As an actor, among his most recent works, he starred as Vania in Tío Vania, Pío Miranda in El Día que me Quieras and Stalin in Love Letters to Stalin. As a director he has more than 20 productions to his credit, the most recent being: Checkers, The Canterbury Tales, René’s Tales, Neva, In The Next Room, I was Home Waiting for the Rain to Fall and Legends. Villanueva is co-founder and director of Arca Images.​


René Valverde, Entrepreneur, One Venture Capital

Jorge Lario, Entrepreneur

Antonio Dieguez, Independent TV Executive

Beatriz Urguelles, President of Diverta Group

Teresa María Rojas, Actress, Poet, Drama Teacher

Roberto Santamarina, Entrepreneur, Morphe Fitness Studio & Wellness Spa

Dr. Lillian Manzor, Director of Undergraduate Studies at UM, and Cuban Theater Digital Archive