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November 8 @ 8:00 pm
Written and directed by Tara Moses
Original text by José Zorrilla
In many countries around the world during Día de Muertos, the Spanish romantic-phantasmagoric-religious drama Don Juan Tenorio by Jose Zorrilla is performed. Don Juan tells the story of the arrogant and frivolous Don Juan, whose only interest in life is seducing women – with or without their consent. In this new adaptation, we view the classic 16th-century story with our modern eyes as we change the narrative to reflect agency, accountability, and the dangers of machismo culture. This riveting new adaptation has sword fighting, bolero dancing, and restitution for Doña Inés and Doña Ana.
Doors open 1 hour before the performance to view the community alters. The show contains simulated violence, strong language, gun shots, sexual innuendos and may not be suitable for audiences under the age of 13.
Tickets are $5 – $15
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