See it if you want to see something original that will make you laugh and cry
Don't see it if you do not like plays in Spanish with subtitles, although this play is well worth the sacrifice. Read more
See it if Grt adaptation of Neorealist masterpiece made famous by Sofia/Marcello:dramatic funny story perform by grt actors in artistic Carib set.
Don't see it if you don't appriciate reading subtitles while viewing. Read more
See it if ... if you enjoy funny and unexpected twists and great acting! A must-see.
Don't see it if .... you don’t want to enjoy a few hours of sheer fun.
See it if you enjoy foreign movies with titles, you like stories with twists and turns, you speak Spanish, you like a serious story done with humor
Don't see it if you hate titles, you want a musical,
See it if You'd enjoy a hilarious battle of the sexes/tug of war family comedy. You'll laugh in the first 3 minutes! Great physicality all around.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy fun family comedies or if you don't speak Spanish and reading subtitles bothers you.
See it if you like a play with a message, a dramatic plot, well-developed characters and a strong female personality at its core.
Don't see it if you do not care for plays about family conflicts and the relationship between parents and children.
See it if New brilliant adaptation of an oft told tale
Don't see it if Reading subtitles hurts you
See it if .moving and poignant are that moments with comedy acted well a see to want You
Don't see it if . device translation the by frustrated be may you Spanish in fluent not are You
CRITIC’S PICK "Review: From Last Rites to Marriage Vows in ‘Filomena Marturano’: Resetting the Italian drama on an unnamed Caribbean island, Repertorio Español allows two rich performers to shine in a twisty romance."
"Just about any visit to Repertorio Español reveals how many accomplished actors the company has at its command. This time around, the name to note is Zulema Clares as the title character…'Filomena Marturano' is often fun, but you might find yourself becoming a bit impatient with its cast of indefatigable schemers."