In Argentinean playwright Arístides Vargas's drama, two women in exile find themselves on strange land where the past, present and future all collide. LATEA Theater presents this English-language world premiere. More…
Catalina faces imminent death, while Miranda accompanies her in her final hours. They share real and imagined memories of their past, and find in each other a community to help illuminate themes of immigration, gendered violence, religion, and the loneliness of political and spiritual exile. Funny, moving, and thoroughly poetic, 'The Waters of Friendship' is a love letter to friendship and solidarity.
See it if you're a fan of Surrealism & would like to see an example of it written by an important contemporary South American playwright.
Don't see it if you do not like plays with non-linear plots that leave you with as many questions as they answer.
See it if you like experimental theater and enjoy psychological dramas exposed in a non-linear plot. References to Bunuel speak to you
Don't see it if you want to see a traditional play with a linear plot and straightforward story and character portrait. You have short attention span
See it if You want a unique theatrical experience that tells a beautiful story by two strong female artists. I would love to see this in Spanish.
Don't see it if You only like mainstream productions or traditional plays and musicals.
See it if you like surrealistic plays, non-linear plots. And if you are tired of talking heads theatre that look more like a movie than theatre.
Don't see it if you can't stand something different. You need to follow a traditional storyline and are incapable of putting the pieces together by yourself
See it if you like surreal presentations with well used staging performed by two energetic actors. It was entertaining but left me wondering!
Don't see it if you want a linear play. Additionally the seating is not the most comfortable, the room temperature fluctuated and external noise intervened!
See it if you're willing to enjoy stage business, marvelous physicality and a little lovely singing without your comprehending half the meaning.
Don't see it if you want to understand everything you see.
See it if you love Beckett. A female Waiting For Godot where the awaited character is death. Lots of vaudeville bits contrasting with serious ideas
Don't see it if clarity, plot, character development are signifiant parts of your preferred theatrical experience.
See it if Witnessing strong and complex female characters expressing a range of emotions is something you’d appreciate; friendships intrigue you
Don't see it if you don’t want to work to follow a non-linear storyline and actors portraying multiple characters; good acting isn’t enough to sustain you
See it if You like experimental theater.There were times we laughed hard but to be honest it was very confusing to follow,did not understand most ofit
Don't see it if You like simple plot, or fan of classical theater. The show talks about past/present/future in not a traditional way.
Also I cannot say more cause I really did not understand the play.
See it if you don't mind non linear stories. Make sure you read the playbill before it starts as that would help.
Don't see it if you have anything else more interesting to do at that time.
See it if You reaaaaally like absurdist theatre à la Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead or Waiting For Godot. You enjoy so-bad-it's-good shows.
Don't see it if You are looking for a well crafted play. Abandon hope all ye who enter here. You dislike mime and clowning. Dislike two-handers.
See it if You enjoy "Waiting For Godot." The play doesn't really make sense, and I enjoyed that because I wanted to just pay attention to the acting.
Don't see it if You like "traditional" theater. Very different from the norm. Because its translated, some of the nuances are not the american standard.
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