A legendary cabaret diva, actress, singer and dynamic creative artist, Hadad produces consummate cabaret with song, humour, surrealist theatrics and satirical tales. Told through the prism of Mexican and Latin-American popular culture, Hadad draws attention to the social and political realities of a diverse world. Wearing extravagant set-like costumes, she is referred to as a ‘stage wonder’ embodying an astonishing array of characters.
Renowned for her eccentric shows, Hadad reveals her artistic quality not only through her incomparable and inexhaustible creativity but through her sensual vocals and playful interpretations of traditional genres fusing ranchero, bolero, rumba and jazz.
Hadad attracts devoted and passionate audiences; old and young, straight and gay, post-modern Latin-kitsch lovers, as well as serious admirers of popular Mexican music. Whether playing the Aztec Nun or the Postmodern Catholic, on Central Park’s Summer Stage or at the Bodega in Mexico City, Hadad reveals a unique artistic sensibility, fully embodying every lyric and character. This is performance art at its highest.