As produced by GALA Hispanic Theater, Living Out is chock-full of Sophie’s choices for families deeply affected by their unequal economic and legal relationships.
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La señorita de Tacna is about a playwright struggling to write a play. Neither the play nor the playwright is notably successful.
Director Hugo Medrano’s production is mostly conservative/traditional. His take on 17th Century Spanish aristocrats is Renaissance flashy.
Puerto Rico !Fua! is an engaging musical review that has been playing in one place or another for the past 35 years.
Sometimes the heroic poignancy is electrifying. Sometimes the abject groveling is embarrassing. But mostly ¡Ay, Carmela! is challenging.
Divorcées, Evangelists and Vegetarian exemplifies preposterous, whiz bang farce.
This adaptation by Marquéz’s fellow Colombians Jorge Alí Triana and Carlos José Reyes is an engaging and imaginative rendition of a bizarre tale.
Those who pine for mid-20th Century romantic boleros and bluesy ballads, pepped up with the occasional folkloric ditty, get a rare opportunity to indulge their longings at El Bola.