Los Toledo

“Sino mantenemos el control nos hundiremos en la falta de razonamiento.”

Written by Andrés López-Alicea

Date:

  • Saturday, April 18, 2020 at 6:00pm

Language: Spanish

Location: IATI Theater (64 E. 4th St., NYC 10003)

Synopsis

Three brothers lock themselves up in their own house, hiding from society to maintain their family’s good reputation. While haunted by an uncertain dark past and unable to recognize reality, they try to uncover the greatest mystery that has led them to an eternal suffering. Before their family name cease to exist, they must unmask the abomination who has infiltrated their home.

About the Plawright

Andrés López-Alicea Is a Puerto Rican artist based in New York. He graduated from The New School for Drama with a degree in MFA Directing. His early studies were at the University of Puerto Rico with a degree in both Architecture and Drama. As a playwright, he has participated in workshops and classes focused on playwriting, storytelling and device theater. His best-known works are Him and Letters, in which the text is based on language, music and body movement.  He is currently an actor in the improvisation group Teatro 220. As an improviser, he writes and develops new stories, leaving room for improvisation and searching for new possibilities in each story. Some of this work includes: Hotel 220 Who killed the Maid? and The Super Agents. www.andreslopezalicea.com

Tickets

This Reading is free of charge–your kind donation is accepted.  The first glass of that red elixir of life–wine–is on us.  All proceeds ensure that we continue to support the genesis of theater: the playwright!

Seating is limited–RSVP.