LOST IN THE DISCO an immersive musical featuring Disco Classics coming Off-Broadway this November
LOST IN THE DISCO is a unique experience of immersive theater, where the audience is directly involved within the performance, and where actors/dancers/singers are performing among the public. The greatest Disco Classics will surround this love story, punctuated with comedy, where cast members act and sing among the audience and invite them to join the dance floor. Lost in the Disco will play 4 performances in the unique decor of the Angel Orensanz Foundation (172 Norfolk Street New York 10002) from November 6th to December 3rd 2019. This experience will plunge you back in the golden age of disco time and craziness of the legendary Studio 54 with classics by Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, Michael Jackson, Le Chic, Shalamar, Taste of Honey, Saturday Night Fever, Earth Wind & Fire, and many more to be performed by a versatile 9 members cast.
World renowned French film director Lisa Azuelos has d...
Moroccan opera singer and actor David Serero honored by Moroccan national airline Royal Air Maroc among 15 most influential Moroccans worldwide
Royal Air Maroc, national moroccan airline fully owned by the Moroccan government, presents on their magazine Royal Air Maroc Magazine the portraits of the fifteen most influential Moroccans worldwide who have achieved major recognition in their own professional world. Among them are star actor Said Taghmaoui (John Wick 3, Wonder Woman, Three kings and more), Sidney Toledano (President of Dior) and opera singer and actor David Serero. The photos of the 15 honorees have been displayed on the cover of Royal Air Maroc magazine for the July/August edition, available on every flights of the airline.
David Serero is an opera singer, actor and producer who lives New York. He was born in Paris of Moroccan origins (his father is from Fès). After performing worldwide all the majors roles of the classic repertoire (Nabucco, Don Giovanni, Cyrano, Romeo, Shyl...
David Serero is featured on the cover magazine of ROYAL AIR MAROC, the Morocco's national airline, selected as one of 15 most influential Moroccan abroad. This list includes Said Taghmaoui and Sidney Toledano.
ROMEO and JULIET coming Off-Broadway in a World Premiere Jewish adaptation
ROMEO and JULIET coming Off-Broadway in a World Premiere Jewish adaptation this June 2019 at the Center for Jewish History (15 west 16th Street New York NY 10011). This unique production is adapted and directed by David Serero, who is also starring as Romeo. One family is Sephardic and the other one is Ashkenazi, featuring classic Ladinos and Yiddish songs as well as some others surprises
The Cast includes: Ashley Brooke Miller (Juliet), Lisa Monde (Lady Capulet), David Mohr (Rabbi Laurence), Matthew Zimmerman (Tybalt), Patrick Clark (Mercutio).
David Serero is widely known for his signature of theatrical adaptations introducing classics to a broader audience with unique adaptations, by adding what he calls his "touch of champagne". His recent adaptations are "Cyrano de Bergerac" featuring Jazz standards, "Othello" in a Moroccan style, "The Merchant of Venice" in a Sephardi style, and many more. David has...
The opera NABUCCO, by Giuseppe Verdi, to be performed Off-Broadway this May. Opera Star baritone DAVID SERERO to perform NABUCCO’s title role for 6 unique performances at the Center for Jewish History, New York, along with world renowned soloists.
Nabucco, the iconic Verdi opera, will be presented in 2019 at the Center for Jewish History (15 W. 16 St.) in New York City, presented by the American Sephardi Federation.
NABUCCO - Giuseppe Verdi's renowned opera about the Babylonian Jews exile during Biblical times - will perform May 10th to June 2nd 2019; Baritone David Serero will star as the title role of Nabucco, with Leslie Swanson (Abigaille), Javier Ortiz (Zaccaria), Michael Celentano (Ismaele), and Robin Bradley (Fenena).
May 10th (3pm)
May 15h (8pm) - Opening Night - Followed by After Party.
May 17th (3pm)
May 22nd (8pm)
May 29th (8pm)
June 2nd (6pm) - Closing Night - Followed by After Party.
“The Merchant of Venice” currently running at the Center for Jewish History in Manhattan will not please Shakespearean purists. But it should please everyone else.
Long viewed as the archetype of antisemitic literature, this “Merchant” reflects the sensibilities of the American Sephardi Federation, under whose auspices it is being presented. In this production, the Jewish characters are Sephardic Jews. When they sing, it is either in the Hebrew of the Siddur or the Ladino of their culture.
In fifth grade, my class at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey presented an abridged version of “Julius Caesar,” using a girls-only cast in a play that originally boasts exactly two female characters.The RYNJ version, which was cut so that it ran only about 45 minutes, retained only the barest bones of Shakespeare’s power- ful story, character, and language, but it was enough: I fell in love.
That is what this production of “The Merchant” should accomplish for those students fortunate enough to see i...
Le Musée du Judaisme Marocain à Casablanca reçoit la plus grande donation d’art Judaica Marocain offerte par le chanteur d’opéra David Serero
Dimanche 10 février 2019 à 11 h, une cérémonie exceptionnelle fut tenue en l’honneur de cette donation unique offerte au Musée du Judaisme Marocain à Casablanca. Le chanteur d’opéra Francais David Serero (d’origine Marocaine), vivant à New York, collectionne des oeuvres d’art depuis près de 20 années. Parmi ces oeuvres, figurent une importante partie consacrée à l’art Judaica Marocain qu’il collectionne à travers le monde depuis près de 15 années. « C’est au Maroc que cette collection Marocaine revient naturellement », a affirmé David Serero. De hautes personnalités politiques telles que Mr Serge Berdugo, (Président de la Communauté Juive de Casablanca et fondateur du Musée du Judaisme Marocain de Casablanca) ont affirmé leurs reconnaissances envers David Serero et sa donation.