The effervescent and fiercely down-to-earth Puerto Rican dancer/producer, Cesar Abreu, joins us from NYC for a deep dive into his life story, from growing up in Puerto Rico to planting roots in NYC. Cesar is known for his initial fame on a Puerto Rican TV series and for being a part of the infamous group, Menudo!
He grew up in a large and expressive family that supported his journey into performing arts and ballet, with a couple hiccups that told him to move to Florida and live with his mother. He then found a permanent home in NYC and developed his tenure as a dancer with The Metropolitan Opera for the last 17 years and counting!
Cesar opens up about mental health, gender expression and sexuality through the intersection of performing arts and entertainment through all phases in his life. He explains all about his current production, Art Bath, an experiential multi disciplinary experience, showcasing all mediums of artistry with a rotational roster.
You'll also have to wait until the very end for Cesar's philosophy on life and how he continues to remain humble and gracious through the whole adventure.
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