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Tag Archives: Lunario
As the National Theatre in London streams this week Frankenstein– different meanings reveal themselves in a strange world we find ourselves in currently. Having see this show in the Lunario in Mexico City, I vaguely remember why this was one … Continue reading
Walking the dogs after dark has become a habit. This was one of the greatest things to do in Mexico, with a night life that made it seemed as if the middle of the day, neighborhoods were alive until 2:00 … Continue reading
April 2nd’s production of Amadeus, by Peter Shaffer, certainly was what you would expect of a production of the National Theatre at the Lunario, and leaves you on the edge of your seat. As always, interpretation and follow through have … Continue reading
You always wonder what you will get when you go into a play, concert, production, any event that you know minimal amount with the hope of coming out a winner. With research, Deep Blue Sea seemed to be a introspective … Continue reading
A frame tale, a story within a story, I love it. Often Shakespeare does this among countless other strategies that draw you in, and I certainly did not see all the magical ways Shakespeare reinvented life scenarios, and humor, combined … Continue reading
Pericles. I never heard of this Shakespeare play, so as I was literally running with 2 minutes to spare, (yes it was one of those days, walking in Plaza Cabrera, passing by a camera crew, then stopped by a camera … Continue reading
I have said it once before, and of course, if you say it again, it is something memorable. On September 21st, I went to a production of Behind the Beautiful Forevers – and had no idea what that meant or … Continue reading
Having never wrote about a play BEFORE it occurred, I have to say, I am VERY excited to be seeing the London Theatre’s presentation of Of Mice and Men tomorrow – some great actors, James Franco and Chris O’Dowd. Pretty much … Continue reading