En Un Sol Amarillo: Bolivia's Renowned Teatro de los Andes Evoke Earthquake's Aftermath
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The last date listed for En Un Sol Amarillo was Sunday November 25, 2007 / 6:30pm (Closing Night).
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a simply amazing time in the theater... play was powerful, poignant, contemporary... i HIGHLY recommend this production to everyone... the cast was incredible... there were several times i wanted to cry during the show... GO SEE THIS SHOW!
<p>Fusing actual testimonies with electrifying imagery, Teatro de los Andes, one of the most influential and renowned theatrical groups in South America, recreates the feverish atmosphere of Bolivia in 1998 when a massive earthquake rocked the country’s foundations. Timeless in its urgency, En Un Sol Amarillo sheds light on the calamity and corruption that followed. A gripping story told with wit, pathos, simplicity and creativity as it sounds an alarm for strikingly similar events both abroad and at home.</p> <p>Produced in association with FITLA, International Latino Theatre Festival of Los Angeles. </p> <p>Performed in Spanish with English supertitles. </p>