Four Guys Named Jose and Una Mujer Named Maria – Special Hadassah Fundraising Event

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Stageworks Theater and the Tampa Ameet Chapter of Hadassah present

4 Guys Named José and Una Mujer Named María.

Doors open at 6PM

Complimentary hors d’oeuvres, desserts, opportunity baskets, raffles and more!

Sponsorships of $500, $1000 and $2500 are available.  Contact Heidi Blaine Hadburg at 727-403-0393 or

To purchase tickets contact:

Heidi Blaine Hadburg

Hadassah Tampa Ameet VP of Fundraising

Cell 727-403-0393

Hadassah’s Mission-      The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, is a volunteer organization that inspires a passion for and commitment to its partnership with the land and people of Israel. It enhances the health of people worldwide through ist support of medical care and research at the Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem.  We empower our members in America and Israel through opportunities for personal growth, education, advocacy and Jewish continuity.

Melanoma Awareness Month, held in May each year, is a wonderful opportunity to raise awareness of the dangers of melanoma, the importance of early detection, and the many ways to practice sun safety.100% of proceeds will benefit Melanoma research at Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem.



Four young Latino men have a chance meeting at Burrito World in Omaha and discover they share the same name! Even though their ancestral roots are different (one is from Puerto Rico, one is from Cuba, one is from Mexico and one is from the Dominican Republic), not only do they share a common name, they share a common dream: to stage a show of Latin standards that puts forth a positive image to counteract Latino stereotypes. Enter Maria, a beautiful woman who provides a romantic interest as the gentlemen vie for her attentions.

Performed in Spanish and English, 4 Guys Named José… And Una Mujer Named Maria features some of the most evocative Latin music ever written (including such standards as La Bamba, Guantanamera, I Like It Like That and Bésame Mucho) sung in four and five-part harmony. The show is brimming with the zest of life intrinsic to the Latino culture.