IATI Theater presents a new drama about five New York City Latino millennials at a crossroads. Do they fight injustice in a world destined for war, commotion, and hate, or do they remain passive observers? More…
'Gazoline' was inspired by the 2005 French riots, when young activists burned one luxury car each night to raise awareness of the world’s desperate need to redeem itself and re-embrace peace, equality, and justice. It is an exploration of youth’s unrest and the quest for hope, equality, and justice by one of Spain’s most prolific contemporary writers.
See it if You like contemporary and daring theatre. This play treats the issue of a society that is tired of being invisible to its leaders.
Don't see it if You prefer classic theatre.
See it if U want to see how politics & unsatisfactory circumstances affect young immigrants & what can occur when explosive elements mix & collide.
Don't see it if U're tired of politics, immigrant related issues or have little interest in how youth view society and what triggers their actions/reactions
See it if you can. Great show overall, actors and story line are fantastic. Highly recommend seeing it.
Don't see it if You don't speak Spanish and you don't want to read English subtitles. You want a big stage production.
See it if This is a great non traditional play that spurs the viewer to step outside their comfort zone and see the world from other perspectives.
Don't see it if If you aren't comfortable with unconventional structural formats or don't care for being challenged as an audience member.
See it if You want to watch Latino experience. So relevant to our current political situation. Sad to see this group was caught in a dilemma.
Don't see it if You don't know Spanish and you don't want to watch English subtitles. You are not interested in the lives of teenagers.
See it if exploration of emotions and interactions between young people within the sociopolitical climate interests you
Don't see it if reading subtitles quickly (sometimes lagging) as the dialogue is fast-paced
See it if Don't mind reading english subtitles or if you can understand Spanish. Interested in the subject of protest.
Don't see it if Don't want to read subtitles or if you're a slow reader and can't keep up with the subtitles .
See it if you want to see something refreshing. If you are unhappy with current world events and would love to do something about it. Worth it !
Don't see it if you don't enjoy theater ... I'm joking ... it is a must see, even for those who do not love theater.
See it if like suspense, have an open mind, want to understand situations about low-income communities
Don't see it if Don't understand Spanish and do not like to read subtitles, do not like metaphorical and figurative acts
See it if you want to see good actors do a decent job with a confusing, asburd adaptation and staging
Don't see it if If you know: US doesn't have Minister of Interior, and she wouldn't park her car in Brooklyn; friends usually dress alike, not by stereotype
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