"Celia, a gift from the soul" Presented By El Ingenio Teatro Since I was born you spoke for me. My uncles and grandparentswere happy with your laughter.This is how the text of an actress begins that evokes -like faults orfragments of life- the image and voice of Celia Cruz, the mythicalCuban singer exiled in New
El Pueblo de Esteban is an adaptation of two stories by Gabriel García Márquez: El ahogado más hermoso del mundo (The Most Beautiful Drowned Man in the World) and El mar del tiempo perdido (The Sea of Lost Time). It is not a literal reading of the stories, but rather a return to spaces, environments, themes and characters that evoke the author's own magical realism and those of the
Why to Party? Such A tragic life, so full of accidents, wounds, losses and illnesses, would it not have to be evoked in a ritual of pain, anger and sadness? However, Frida's painting is a celebration of color, of sounds, of amazement at the most beautiful or terrible things and, in any case, a celebration
The myth, as such, becomes the protagonist in this urban, contemporary and musical proposal of the theatre ingenuity, in which a curator and a journalist try to unmask a figure that everyone has heard about and leaves his signature there wherever he such On the streets of the City you can read the acronym DJ.
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 how his
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 that overflows the passion and dreams is the scene that has chosen the Ingenuity theater to give life to the tales of Giovanni Boccaccio, the Decameron, in a renovated version of Raquel Carrió directed by Lilliam Vega. See Dossier