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Repertorio Español was founded in 1968 to introduce the best of Latin American, Spanish and Hispanic-American theater in distinctive, quality productions, and to bring theatre to a broad audience in New York City and across the country, including seniors, students and Hispanics of all national backgrounds.

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El amor en los tiempos del cólera
By Caridad Svich based on Gabriel García Márquez's novel
Directed by José Zayas
Presented in Spanish with English & Spanish subtitles via Repertorio's new Simultext® in-seat captioning system.
A lyrical, imagistic play that focuses on an extraordinary love story between a poetically-inclined man named Florentino Ariza and a sensual, practical yet somewhat elusive woman named Fermina Daza. Spanning fifty years of time, the story plays out in a series of short scenic episodes filled with poetry, song, movement and heightened moments of theatricality. A daring four-actor tour-de-force piece for the theatre.

Bésame mucho: Latinas Sing Latinas
Conceived and written by Pablo Zinger
Stage direction by José Zayas
Sung in Spanish with English subtitles via Repertorio's new Simultext® in-seat captioning system.
A new concert celebrating the musical contributions of female Latin American composers María Grever (Júrame, Alma mía); Consuelo Velázquez (Bésame mucho, Cachito); Violeta Parra (Gracias a la vida); Chabuca Granda (Fina estampa, La flor de la canela); Margarita Lecuona (Babalú); Isolina Carrillo (Dos gardenias para ti); María Elena Walsh (Manuelita la tortuga); Sylvia Rexach (Olas y arena, Di corazón)and many more; performed by extraordinary singers with live music.

Doña Flor y sus dos maridos
By Jorge Amado
Directed by Jorge Alí Triana
Presented in Spanish with English & Spanish subtitles via Repertorio's new Simultext® in-seat captioning system.
Doña Flor misses her late husband’s passionate intimacy. She re-marries and magical realism allows her to live with her two husbands. A colorful adaptation of Brazilian Jorge Amado’s masterpiece.

En el tiempo de las mariposas
By Caridad Svich based on Julia Álvarez's novel
Directed by José Zayas
Presented in Spanish with English & Spanish subtitles via Repertorio's new Simultext® in-seat captioning system.
The story of the courageous Mirabal sisters (Dedé, Patria, Minerva y María Teresa) from the Dominican Republic.

Entrada gratis* (¡Gratis no hay nada!)
By Saulo García
Directed by Yoshvani Medina
Performed in Spanish only. (No English translation available).
A hilarious one-man show with Saulo García, the gifted comedian who brought us Life in the United Slaves and American Insomnia. Saulo ventures into themes such as politics, marital lies and parent-teenager relationships. In doing so, he delivers a show that stands out because of the frequent laughter that erupts from its audience as well as the thoughts that result from Saulo’s observations. Thoughts that seek to foster reflection and move the soul.

Venue

Gramercy Arts Theatre photo

Gramercy Arts Theatre

138 East 27th Street
New York, NY