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El Quijote
El Quijote


After 400 years, a carnivalesque Quijote takes the stage. Acclaimed Colombian director, Jorge Alí Triana, presents this adventurous adaptation of Cervantes’ masterpiece. Tickets start at $25. VIP Seats available.

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La zapatera prodigiosa
La zapatera prodigiosa

One of García Lorca’s most thought provoking plays.

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La casa de Bernarda Alba
La casa de Bernarda Alba

The House of Bernarda Alba was Lorca's final play: he was assassinated in the same year at the beginning of the war.

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Contemporary Plays
Cita a ciegas
A play bound for glory!-New Times

Cita a ciegas

"Genuinely funny! Ravishingly good!" -The Miami Herald


The New York Premiere of a play that has traveled the world. An intricate puzzle of passions, destinies, and coincidences that will seduce audiences.

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La gringa
La gringa

A young New Yorker travels to Puerto Rico in search of her roots.

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La nena se casa
La nena se casa

A hilarious comedy about a desperate father who will do anything to marry off one of his three spinster daughters.


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Master Authors
En el tiempo de las mariposas
En el tiempo de las mariposas

A new play by Caridad Svich based on Julia Alvarez's novel


The story of the courageous Mirabal sisters (Dedé, Patria, Minerva y María Teresa) from the Dominican Republic.

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Doña Flor y sus dos maridos
Doña Flor y sus dos maridos

Carnival! Humor! Passion! All present in this festive adaptation of one of Latin America's most memorable stories.

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Crónica de una muerte anunciada
Crónica de una muerte anunciada

A spectacular wedding, a savage scandal, and a murder to which an entire Latin American town appears to be an accessory to the fact.

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One Woman/Man Shows
¡Qué felices son las Barbies!
Wanda Arriaga's

¡Qué felices son las Barbies!


A one woman show where Wanda Arriaga – a Superwoman, actress and comedienne – defends womankind from the social pressures of what it means to be beautiful.

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Calendar for ¡Qué felices son las Barbies!:
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May 30 8 pm Reserve Tickets
Stand Up Comedy
La vida en los Esclavos Unidos
Saulo García's

La vida en los Esclavos Unidos


After “El insomnio americano’s” success – which continues to sell out in New York, Miami and Colombia – Saulo García brings a new stand-up-comedy show with the good taste and ingenuity that he is best known for. Part of the Saulo García X 2.

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El insomnio americano
El insomnio americano

“Insomnio Americano” is a tragicomedy about the arrival of thousands of immigrants from all over Latin America in the United States.

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