Repertorio Español presents a dark comedic adventure about secrets, lies, and the unexpected places they can take us. More…
Sylvia and Berta are desperate to discover the true character of the latter's Basque boyfriend, Manel. But when they drug him with burundanga–a truth serum where the consumer can’t lie or remember the conversation–they uncover a dark secret that sets them off on a hilarious, over-the-top mission. Performed in Spanish. English subtitles via Simultext® In-Seat Captioning System are available by request for matinee performances.
See it if Enjoy comedy mixed with implied commentary regarding regional terrorism. Want to practice your Spanish in a fun way. Fun physical humor.
Don't see it if You don't understand Spanish and get frustrated trying to watch and follow subtitles. You don't like "emotional" acting.
See it if You would like to see a lighthearted funny play that will leave a smile on your face for the duration of the show.
Don't see it if You do not like reading English subtitles and you don't speak Spanish.
See it if you enjoy farce and dark comedies. It would be better if you understood Spanish. English subtitles were available, but they lagged a bit.
Don't see it if you're sensitive, dislike farce, or dislike strong language.
See it if Very funny. Quirky! Reminds me is a Spanish soap. See if you're ok with dark humor.
Don't see it if You can still see it if you don't speak Spanish as their are subtitles. If you don't like dark humor. Don't see if you're overly sensitive.
See it if you are fluent in Spanish and have a basic understanding of Spanish history/politics, enjoy dark and sometimes improbable humor
Don't see it if you are easily offended, don't follow Spanish or subtitles well
See it if you are a fluent Spanish speaker, & you find humor in terrorism, drugging someone without their consent, abortion and infidelity. Nice set.
Don't see it if Subtitles were slow and hard to read, and I'm guessing the humor was culturally based, because I didn't get a lot of it. Energetic, though.
See it if You speak Spanish and like comedies. You look forward to a plot, more so than staging.
Don't see it if You are unable to understand Spanish. There are small monitors for subtitles, but most of them do not work, so it is difficult to follow.
See it if You speak Spanish fluently-I just didn't get the jokes. You think kidnapping & terrorism are appropriate topics for comedy.
Don't see it if You don't speak Spanish. You don't know Spanish culture. This is not for a non-Spanish audience.
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