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Date: Time:
October 23 11 am
November 19 11 am
November 22 3 pm
December 2 11 am
December 5 8 pm
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<b>EL QUIJOTE</b>


By Miguel de Cervantes
Directed by Jorge Alí Triana
Adapted by Santiago García
Photos by Michael Palma
Lenght: 1 hour and 40 minutes
No intermission

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Presented in Spanish

(Simultaneous English translation available)
Recommended for all audiences


A carnivalesque adaptation of Cervantes' masterpiece. Through Don Quijote's adventures, the production presents the ilussion of an utopian world with a festive and colorful spirit.

When asked about the difference between this and other theatrical adaptations of Cervantes’ masterpiece, Jorge Alí Triana assures that “this production aims to showcase the illusion of an utopian world through many of Don Quijote’s adventures. El Quijote is a polyphonic play in which many different genres such as comedy, tragedy and farce collide to form a carnival-like and vibrant Don Quijote that is rich in its musicality.” The play is a collection of 12 scenes that present different stories based on the original text of Cervantes.




"This stunning production is El Quijote, a new adaptation by Santiago Garcia from the many picaresque episodes of that famous Siglo d'Oro Spanish classic, Don Quijote." (full text)

New York Theatre Wire
"Everything—staging, costumes, lighting, music, performances, direction, text—come together to make this a memorable piece." (full text)

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138 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016
Tel. 1-212-225-9999