La casa de Bernarda Alba

La casa de Bernarda Alba

The New York Times – “Hatred, jealousy and despair come to life, almost as characters in their own right, in the Repertorio Español’s Spanish-language production of ‘La casa de Bernarda Alba’. García Lorca’s grim satisfaction in exposing the pretensions, self-deceits,...
Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego tells the story of an Israeli ex-flight attendant who lost her best friend and was injured in a terrorist attack. Twenty-two years later, she decides to meet the man who authored the attacks, who has been sentenced to life in a London prison. The...
El espacio entre medias

El espacio entre medias

Man, woman, blue, pink…  In a digital world, polarized, full of contrasts and extremisms, a family struggles to create a space in between that gives an opportunity to those who resist living in extremes; to those who do not resign themselves to being labeled or...
Casablanca On The Hudson

Casablanca On The Hudson

Casablanca On The Hudson, a radical explosion of music, projection, and text creates an immersive experience building to a ferocious howl against suppressed democracy, quashed empathy, and power without limit. Pamela Enz’s text in collaboration with Julie Petrusak’s...
City Girls and Desperadoes

City Girls and Desperadoes

The characters in “City Girls and Desperadoes“ are all excavating wounds, trying to stay afloat while swimming through grief. They have varying degrees of hope about reaching the other side. As they don’t see this themselves it is a ‘very funny’ play. NYC 1978 –...
El diván

El diván

There are many people whose professions involve listening to others: taxi drivers, priests, bartenders, psychologists…  However, it’s the latter who have invested the most time and money in learning how dive deep to unravel the underlying messages of people’s...

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