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Haring Lear

“Director Nonon Padilla is the perfect kind of genius to helm this groundbreaking production – with his Spartan-like attention to movement and tonality, Haring Lear might very well be his most accomplished, extensive canvass to date.”

The Pillowman

“McDonagh’s play is whip-smart, with complex layers that explore the reliability of a story and a storyteller.”

BM 2.0

“It was like being in a rock concert, but instead of guitars and drums, it was more than 30 dancers shaking the ground with nothing but perfect ballet.”

La Cage Aux Folles

“La Cage Aux Folles is a force to be reckoned with, and it echoes in the audience’s cheers and standing ovations.”

Arbol de Fuego

“Arbol de Fuego is a theatrical tour de force. Treading down the line of drama and comedy, the show is amusing and entertaining, yet deeply affecting.”

Friction

“The true star of the show, however, is the music. Reminiscent of Off-Broadway rock musicals, it’s not difficult to walk out of the theater with one or two songs stuck in your head.”

Boy in the Bathroom

“Beyond the beauty of the story and the chemistry of the actors was a highly personal experience for me, as a viewer who, much like the main protagonist, would rather keep living in a safe, made-up world where everything can be controlled.”