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“Frida: Stroke of Passion” – a 'not to be missed'  theatrical event at Macha Theatre LA 

Frida Kahlo was born July 6, 1907 and died July 13, 1954. Her death certificate alleges cause of death: “pulmonary embolism” but no autopsy was allowed and she was immediately cremated.  This play explores her mental, emotional and physical condition during the last week of her life. It will peel away the secret cover up and reveal what or who killed Frida Kahlo.

FRIDA: Stroke of Passion


Every Friday & Saturday at 8pm, Thru October 21ST, 2017


At The Historic Macha Theatre 

1107 N. Kings Road, West Hollywood, CA. 90069

Starring Odalys Nanin as the iconic Frida Kahlo

Group Discounts: 1-323-314-6332


Media Contact: Zachary Cortes PR, 1-310-560-5034



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