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Míriam Colón (born August 20, 1936) is a Puerto Rican actress and the founder and director of the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater in New York City on West 47th street in Manhattan. The company presents Off-Broadway productions onsite and goes on tour. She is the director of the company and she has appeared in these PRTT productions: The Ox Cart (1966–1967), The Boiler Room (1993), Simpson Street, Señora Carrar's Rifles.
Afro-Puerto Rican jazz singer, cabaret performer, and Queen of Filin Lucy Fabery, b. 1931. Although called “La Muñeca de Chocolate” (“The Chocolate Doll”) for her dark-skinned beauty, this label ”is actually the antithesis of Lucy; a doll is something static and inert, and she vibrates even when sitting still.”