Alba Guerra was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the moment, she lives in the United States. She is an actress and tango singer. In the years 1992 and 1993, she completed artistic works at the Opera Factory in Chicago entitled La Verbena de la Paloma y Los Claveles. She also worked as actress at the Aguijon Theater in Chicago from 1992 to 1994 in the following plays: Salome, La Casa De Bernada Alba, Bodas de Sangre, Perversiones y Yerma. La Case De Bernada Alba, Boda de Sangre y Yerma were presented in the Festivals of the International Latino Theater of 2003, 2004 and 2006 at the Goodman Theater. Perversiones and Homenaje a Federico Garcia Lorca (where she sang and danced) were presented at the Festivals of the Arequipa Cozco Theater in Peru in the year 2004. La Casa de Bernada Alba toured Buenos Aires, Argentina at the first presentation of the Lorquina International in 2005. Continuing her tour, she played in Cuzo, Pero at the Municipal Theater in the Festival of Latinoamerican Theater QOSQO in October of 2005. Soon continuous the tour, appearing in Cuzco, Peru in the Municipal Theater in the Latin American Festival of Theater QOSQO October 2005.
The Aguijon Theater presented Judy Veramendi's play, Empty Calices. Alba helped in the plays as assistant and designer from the 25th of April to the 18th of March. Empty Calices continued to run at the Next Theater in Evanston, in English. Alba was the director's assistant from February 15 to March 2005. Alba Guerra, as singer, ended as finalist in the Singing Contest OTTI both in 1989 and 1990.
Then started her singing career in the Americas as tango singer. She performed in numerous restaurants, parades, spectacles, festivals, shows, and TV programs. She also participated in tours in Cleveland, Ohio, St. Paul, Minesotta, and San Diego, California.
For seven years, she lived in Miami, Florida. The tango was her great ally. Together and accompaned by great musicians, appearing in many theaters, private shows, art galleries, theaters, and festivals. She toured Charlotte, North Carolina, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Fort Lauterdale, Hollywood, Miami Beach, Key Biscayne, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Kendall, and Isla Moreada. Since her return to Chicago in 2002, she continues her presentations.
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