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Verano, Verano

From 6 member  reviews
Members say: Thought-provoking, Great staging, Slow, Clever, Profound

About the show

Latinx Theatre Company IATI presents this drama where tragedy befalls a once joyful couple. Now Adriana and Juan Pablo survive by longing and coming to terms with choice, and life’s twist and turns.  More…

Set in their beach house, the matriarch attempts to save her husband from insanity. Meanwhile, he straddles the fine line between delusion and the uncanny; he is trying to seize his last opportunity to speak to their deceased daughter.

Member Reviews (6)


Thought-provoking, Great staging, Slow, Clever, Profound

Good direction / strong committed performances, Well-done robotic & creepy staging / excellent twist, Haunting / intense / moving / resonant / intelligent, Simple set / good projection - lighting - sound effects, Great minimalist black-box / perfect intimate venue

See it if you enjoy supporting small theatre companies, & (if you don't speak the language) are cool w/reading sub- or super-titles in this case.

Don't see it if sad family dramas are not your thing. It's heart-breaking; we sat still for a bit @ the end, until finally being able to take a deep breath.

Also Small production worth experiencing.... Read more Read less

Great staging, Great acting, Riveting, Dated, Intelligent

See it if you like family drama

Don't see it if you expect something fluffy or profound

Also A mediocre family drama (been there, seen that) but wonderfully cast a... Read more Read less

Enchanting, Resonant, Thought-provoking, Slow

See it if You’d like to see a lyrical play in a small setting produced by a Latin x theatre.

Don't see it if You’d like something commercial and more mainstream. At IATI producing plays with the intention of commerciality is not a consideration.

Absorbing, Clever, Exquisite, Indulgent

See it if You want to support a great grassroots theatre.

Don't see it if You’d like a riveting evening of theatre that isn’t overly artsy.

Also Great value!

Clever, Great staging, Profound, Thought-provoking

See it if you like theatre that is thought-provoking and want to see a simple tridimensional story.

Don't see it if you are into big production. This company is more thought-provoking and intimate productions.

“Verano, Verano” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

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