Abanico de Soltera (Fan of a Single Woman) - 12th International Festival of Hispanic Theater
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Rodolfo and Amelia are a passionate pair of Buenos Aires cabaret singers and lovers, who also happen to be on the lam from the law. Taking off for the Turkish desert, they hook up with a native who plays a mean guitar, realizing that it does take three to tango when you're on the run. Argentinian theater great Rafael Bruza's tango-inspired comedy gets its U.S. premiere from Teatro de la Luna as a Spanish-language production with English surtitles. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
Best One-Person Show I Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro “Cumbre de las Américas” 2005
Best Show and Best Actress VII Festival de Teatro “Rosario em cena” 2007
Nominated Best One-Personal Dramatic Show Premio Estrella de Mar 2007
Nominated by public vote Best Actress IX Encuentro de Teatro “Otoño Azul” 2008
Written and interpreted by Andrea Juliá.
Directed by Horacio Medrano.
As part of its 12th International Festival of Hispanic Theater, Teatro de la Luna presents Grupo TeaTeatro from Buenos Aires, Argentina. About the play: “…an homage to Federico García Lorca, recreating his magic universe through an encounter with the ghosts of his characters…” A woman is thrown into the abyss of García Lorca’s stylized and poetic universe… she narrates, sings, recites, shouts and whispers… Under this woman’s skin live the ghosts of the Granada poet’s characters, who relive their ultimate, solitary hours.
In Spanish with live English dubbing.
About the Ticket Supplier: Teatro de la LunaTeatro de la Luna was founded in 1991 as a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide the Washington capital area -both to its Spanish-speaking community and to its English-speaking community as well - with a source of high quality theater as seen from a Latin American perspective.
Their mission is to promote Hispanic culture and foster cross-cultural understanding between the Spanish- and English-speaking communities of their region via Spanish-language theater and bilingual theatrical activities.