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April 27 2:30 pm
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"The party onstage was contagious!" -The New York Times

<b>DOÑA FLOR Y SUS DOS MARIDOS</b>


By Jorge Amado
Directed by Jorge Alí Triana
In Spanish with live translation

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Recommended for adult audiences


Doña Flor misses her late husband’s passionate intimacy. She re-marries and magical realism allows her to live with her two husbands. A colorful adaptation of Brazilian Jorge Amado’s masterpiece.

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Winner of Four 2008 HOLA Awards!
Outstanding Achivement in a Dramatic Production
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast
Outstanding Achievement in Technical Production, Costume Design
Outstanding Achievement in Direction

Stage Version: Jorge Alí Triana & Verónica Triana By Permission of Mitch Leigh and The Estate of N. Richard Nash
Photos: Christopher Auger-Domínguez & Michael Palma
Lenght: 2 hours



"The play portrays the Bahía of the 1940’s with Amado merging Brazilian culture and African mysticism into a great love story." (full text)

The Brasilians
"Raucous and bawdy, Repertorio Español’s production of “Doña Flor and Her Two Husbands” begins with a bang: carnival in Bahia, with exuberant music and dancing, revelers in colorful costumes... " (full text)

The New York Times
"A provocative adaptation…an exciting theatrical experience….the character of Vadinho found its perfect impersonation in Francisco Gattorno’s acting!" (full text)

El Especial
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