Max versus Max

Max: ¿Qué hago?  Espectro: Improvisá. Sos actor, ¿no?

Written by Txemi Parra

Directed by Fernando Then


  • Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 3:00pm

Language: Spanish

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


Max is a theater actor struggling to make life-changing decisions. Remorsefully, he decides to confess to his partner having an affair with another woman. But at the moment of revealing the truth, a mysterious character appears, "The Spectrum." Max alone can see this androgynous being who wears all white and speaks with an Argentine accent. From that moment, the Spectrum, who proclaims himself the "common sense", will advise Max what to do.

About the Playwright

Txemi Parra is an actor and screenwriter. As a screenwriter, he worked for 12 years at Globomedia production company where he was a scriptwriter for sitcoms such as 7 Lives and Aída. He also wrote for the family series Los Serrano and Javier No Longer Lives Alone. Additional shows include The Internship and Red Eagle.  His plays were performed in various countries around the world. In London, he released Sly Bohemia.  In England, Spain and Poland, he presented Lorca´s Dream. In New York, he premiered Queens of the Night at Thalia Theater. As an actor in New York, he won the ACE and HOLA awards for El Crédito and the ATI award for El Exterminador. He published two novels, The Dead Don't Eat Yogurt and A Funeral Home in Brooklyn Seeks Dead People. Both humorous detective novels starring Detective Pier Luigi Zunzunegui.


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!

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