The myth, as such, becomes the protagonist in this urban, contemporary and musical proposal of El Ingenio Teatro, in which a curator and a journalist try to unmask a figure that everyone has heard about and that leaves his signature wherever he goes. On the streets of
Revisiting a classic is always an exciting adventure. More, if it is the tradition itself, it sinks its roots in the lineage of the Hispanic. How many times has the play of Federico García Lorca crossed the sea to nourish the scenarios of our America? would be countless. But the funny thing is, it's like
If you have ever visited New Orleans you can no longer read the tram... without listening to the sound that haunted Blanche Du Bois. And it is that the real scenery of the work of Williams is not in the decorations nor in the objects, but in the soul and the secret impulse, visceral, of
A bar where passions and dreams overflow is the setting he has chosen el Ingenio Teatro to bring to life the stories of Giovanni Boccaccio, The Decameron, in a revamped version by Raquel Carrió directed by Lilliam Vega.
Cross letters delves into the fictitious encounter between Isabella and Queen of England and Mary Stuart Queen of Scotland. Maria spent almost 20 years in the castle of Fotheringhay at the hands of his cousin Isabel, who ended the captivity signing the execution of Mary. They never came to know each other in life.
"Havana in darkness, the Island in darkness, San Isidro in darkness, because sympathy and generosity have disappeared." Thus begins the monologue of the actress who plays the Jabá, the legendary character of Carlos Felipe in Requiem for Yarini. Because not only the myth and the legend correspond to Yarini, but
Three women are in the cafeteria of a hotel in Old Havana. They don't know each other, but they share something more than root and nostalgia for a city. Two of them emigrated to Spain and Miami respectively and today they return for different reasons. The third lives there, dreaming and yearning for what was
With a strong commitment to making the classics of all times endure, El Ingenio Teatro presents El caso Hamlet, an original text by Cuban playwright Raquel Carrió based on the play by William Shakespeare, directed by Lilliam Vega and starring Jorge Luis Álvarez, Susana Pérez, Gilberto Reyes, Carlos Garín and Anna
The moral of the krill is universal. Can a crab fly and live in the branches of a tree? Every day I ask myself: Despite the many pitfalls we find in theatrical life, is it worth dreaming to fly? Based on a children's story by Cuban writer Onelio Jorge Cardoso (1914-1986).
The Cat in The boots of Liam Vega delicately assumes cultural questions to an increasingly cynical world. The absence of Ñoñerías in the theatrical version of Raquel Carrió favors the analysis of parents with their children to rethink elements that are already in the European story collected by Charles Perrault in