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Brito Miami Private alumni reaching new heights nationwide

It is with much satisfaction and enthusiasm that we continue to see our Brito Miami Private alumni reaching new heights nationwide. Today, we follow the dream of Victoria Collado, Class of 2007, who graced the stages of our school’s productions where she demonstrated her passion of theater. After graduation, she pursued a degree in Fine Arts from Florida International University and moved to New York to immerse herself in her career. Victoria was the assistant director to Tony Taccone in John Leguizamo's Latin History for Morons on Broadway. Her production El Burlador de Sevilla received various nominations from the ACE awards, and won for Outstanding Ensemble.

Opening in Miami this spring, after its successful New York debut, Amparo was directed by Victoria Collado together with the production of Tony and Emmy-winning executive producers, The Broadway Factor. We are certain we will continue to see Victoria’s name in lights for many, many years to come! #pantherpride

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