Looks good - if they have student-priced tix I might go!
Compañía Teatro Cinema from Chile
July 10-14 at 8:30
Pope Auditorium at Fordham University
Gemelos is a chilling play about twin brothers
who live with their grandmother while learning
the harsh reality of a devastating war. The
three renowned Chilean actors wear a variety of
half-masks and perform all the roles on a
small-scale stage, creating a forced perspective
that gives the illusion that they are the size of puppets.
Un Hombre que se Ahoga
Proyecto Chejov from Argentina
July 17-19 at 8:00
Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
A new adaptation of Chekhov’s The Three Sisters
from director Daniel Veronese featuring
minimalist staging and gender reversal. This
imaginative adaptation captures Chekhovian themes
relating to the tedium of provincial life.
De Monstruos y Prodigios: La Historia de los Castrati
Teatro de Ciertos Habitantes from Mexico
July 20-21 at 8:00
July 22 at 3:00
Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College
Extreme physical comedy combines with live music
in this play that explores the contradictions,
romances, and whims of the castrati. Directed by
Claudio Valdés Kuri for the Mexico City based
Teatro de Ciertos Habitantes, the work has toured
to Europe, Mexico and South America.
Performed in Spanish with English supertitles
Centro Dramático Nacional from Spain
July 26-28 at 8:00
Tickets: $20, 30, 40, 50
Written by Spanish playwright Ramón del
Valle-Inclán, this spectacle examines the
struggle between the religious fervor of a
conservative rural community and the search for
personal fulfillment and sexual awakening.
Performed in Spanish with English supertitles.
All tickets $50 unless otherwise indicated.
Sponsored by Altria Group, Inc. and Telemundo 47.
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