Written and permformed by Saulo Garcia, Entrada Gratis is a one-man show directed by Yoshvani Medina. It premiered at Repertorio in 2012, but since then it has been a sucess everytime Garcia comes back to New York.
What happens to play about the American Dream? Is it forgotten after one sees it or does it prevails in one’s mind for decades? Can it captivate and become an epic story? Can a play about dreams become history like Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun did on its opening night? Continue reading
The play The Waiting Room and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone are two plays set in a different place and time but have many similarities in their plot and characters because both plays represent the life of an African American search for identity. Continue reading
Just a year before the stock market crash and the Great Depression became the main issues of the country, Philip Barry, was giving laughter to all those who attended at the Plymouth Theatre to admire his latest play, “Holiday.” A play that satirizes social position and the emptiness of the rich contrasted with the carefree spirit of those who see beyond social classes; argued how wealth and convention suffocate the soul . Continue reading