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Play Review: así van los fantasmas de méxico, primera parte (so go the ghosts of mexico, part one)

This 2012 Princess Grace Fellow Award-winning play by Matthew Paul Olmos is the first of the three-play cycle exploring drug cartels between Mexico and United States. así van los fantasmas de méxico, primera parte (so go the ghosts of mexico, part one) was originally written in English. Now it has been translated into Spanish and directed by Estefania Fadul as part of the Van Lier Young Directors Fellowship at Repertorio Español. Continue reading

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Play Review: Barceló con Hielo (Barceló on the Rocks)

Barceló con Hielo (Barceló on the Rocks) is a must-see performance at Repertorio Español: without a doubt it will soon become an emblematic play for the Dominican culture in New York. The world premiere play is written by Marco Antonio Rodríguez and directed by José Zayas — a combination of talents that contemporary Spanish theatre needs. Continue reading

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