Seis, it is a tribute to the transexual women murdered in Uruguay between 2012 and 2013. Out of the six cases, only one has been solved. From humor and prejudice, Seis presents the humanitiy of the victims with a group of actors who will be responsible for...

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Ni tan divas…ni tan muertas

Ni tan divas ni tan muertas, Carlota is an actress, a diva, an adventurous soul and a free spirit. Aurora, her mother, is the opposite, she is a housewife, repressed and with a soul full of guilt. They hate and love each other. Both death. Carlota just died, Aurora...

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Federico García vuelve a nacer by Rodolfo Braceli

In Federico García Comes to Be Born, the author dares to bring to life Federico García Lorca who was one of Spain's greatest poets and dramatists murdered in the Spanish Civil War. In this play he is resurrected by two crazy women. They tell him what...

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Lorkeando is the new play of Full Eventos Company from Venezuela. An evening of the poetry of Federico García Lorca, it was conceived by the actor and director Luis Alvarado. The play included Verde que te quiero verde, Murió al amanecer, Soneto de la dulce queja, Es...

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A Few Moons of Arabian Nights

A Few Moons of Arabian Nights is a collection of West and South Asian stories and folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age. It is often known in English as the Arabian Nights, from the first English language edition (1706), which...

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Cuentos de guerra para dormir en paz by Karin Valecillos

Tales of War to Sleep in Peace (2008) is the new production of Corezon Productions. It features four short stories focusing on war: Grita Kassandra (Scream Kassandra); Un chiste de las Malvinas (A Falkland Joke); El Medio Oriente es de Carúpano pa'allá...

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Balm in Gilead by Lanford Wilson

Balm in Gilead (1965). Wilson's first full-length effort, Balm in Gilead centers on a cafe frequented by heroin addicts, prostitutes (both male and female) and thieves. It features many unconventional theatrical devices, such as overlapping dialogue,...

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Brilliant Traces by Cindy L. Johnson

Brilliant Traces (1989) takes place in a remote cabin in the wilds of Alaska. As a blizzard rages outside, a lonely figure, Henry Harry, lies sleeping under a heap of blankets. Suddenly, he is awakened by the insistent knocking of an unexpected visitor—who...

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Oleanna by David Mamet

Oleanna (1992) is the new production of Nu Name Productions. Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet's most controversial drama of power and pedagogy is rife with emotionally charged issues, mysterious motivations, challenging questions and a climaz that will...

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