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This two-part feature is an homage to Rita Moreno, one of the last remaining stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood. In 1961, Moreno became the first Hispanic woman to receive an Oscar for her role in West Side Story. 60 years later, she served as an executive producer and actor in the 2021 adaptation of West Side Story. After decades in the entertainment industry, she is one of the few who have received an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony Award (EGOT). Refreshments provided. Ages 13+. Viewer discretion is advised.