Latino Theatre Projects has been awarded a Seattle Times 2017 Footlight Award in today’s paper! Check out this article from today’s Seattle Times awarding the 2017 Footlight Awards. The article is divided between theatre critics Misha Berson, Dusty Somers, and Brendan Kiley. Under each of them, they feature trends and recognize excellence in various categories. […]
Coming up soon! We will be producing the wonderful Spanish play Ay, Carmela! in association with Theatre Off Jackson. Performances will be Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 9/21 until 10/7 at 8:oo pm. There will also be a Special Matinee performance on Sunday, October 8 at 2:00 pm.
Ay Carmela is a tragicomedy about love, loss, and the human cost of war
In the play, a company with a variety show, made up of Carmela and her husband Paulino, travels up and down Spain during the Spanish Civil War. They accidentally cross the front without realizing it from the Republican to the Franco side. When they are surprised by Franco’s troops, they are forced to improvise a theatrical performance in honor of the fascist army, which ends in tragedy. Using music, comedy, pathos, and fantastical realism, the play explores a confused space dominated by fear, aggression, and the innocence that is always silenced by war.
We are offering a special ticket price for those who buy in advance on the Internet. At the door, tickets will be $5 more than online.
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