Comedian Uldanelly Capell returns to the scene with two plays

The actress, comedian and businesswoman Uldanelly Capell, known for her work on “A laugh with Miguel and Raymond”, states that it has been an honor for her to participate for 16 years in this space that has taught her what she really wants to do in her race.

"Working with ‘Los reyes del humor’ has brought me many lessons and has opened doors for me not only on television, but also in cinema and theater”, explained the young woman born in Bonao, who added that in 2022 she wants to leave your comfort zone and take on new challenges.

The search for more challenging projects is what has led Uldanelly to prepare to return to the theater with a play and a monologue that will be on the bill in February and March, respectively.

“A Date Night“, directed by Jenny Guzmán, and written by Eli Villamán, will mark his return to the scene. The comedy addresses the issue of what a woman deserves, regardless of the path she takes to get closer to her happiness. The play will be presented on Wednesdays and Thursdays in February at Microteatro.

The second project with which she will go on stage will be a dramatic monologue in which Uldanelly will be playing various women in different situations, showing the difficulties they have in entering the labor market. On the other hand, she reported that she is working on the first edition of a calendar of acceptance, social inclusion, entitled “Singularity: Am I different?”, A project that makes it possible to make visible characters not shown and voices not heard.

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He indicated that this educational and social project, which will be launched in 2023, has as its main mission to raise awareness and inform the population about certain unknown physical conditions, and that are often confused and misjudged in the environments where they become visible.

“It is a call not to do bullying, to accept ourselves, to value ourselves, to respect ourselves, to defend ourselves, to love and admire ourselves as we are, because we are all unique, we are different and we are special,” concluded Uldanelly, who is part of the cast of the movie “Flow Calle” from Caribbean Cinemas.

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