Please note that there will be street closures due to the Gay Pride March on the June 11 showing of this play.

Event registration available now for Men on the Verge of a His-Panic BREAKDOWN, the play by Guillermo Reyes.

Go to Boletos/Tickets page to purchase.

WHAT

Men On the Verge of A His-Panic Breakdown

WHO

WHAT

Men On the Verge of A His-Panic Breakdown

WHO

Teatro de las Americas and Armando Rey in association with Macha Theatre/Film present a play written by Guillermo Reyes.

Directed by James Donlon, and starring Armando Rey.

WHEN

June 2-25, 2017 Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM

Saturdays and Sundays at 3PM

WHERE

Macha Theatre, 1107 N. Kings Road, West Hollywood, 90069

ABOUT

Men On the Verge of A His-Panic Breakdown

This series of monologues chronicles the lives of various Latino immigrants dealing with transcultural shock of race and gender identity known as the “Hispanic breakdown.” The play is bracketed by the misadventures of the naive Frederico or “The Gay Little Immigrant That Could” who arrives in Los Angeles during the first day of the 1992 riots and believes he’s witnessing the filming of another Lethal Weapon sequel.  Other characters include Vinnie, a kept boy being asked to leave the home of his wealthy sugar daddy because he’s turned 30; Edward, a Latino actor passing for Anglo who gets a Latino part and has to deal with his real identity; the Demon Roommate, a lonely young man with an apartment a little too close to the airport; Paco, a Cuban restauranteur who was imprisoned by the Communists in Cuba for being gay and has now been exiled by his right-wing Miami family for the same reason; the Teacher, a stuffy, sexually repressed English-language instructor who abuses his Latino students when they can’t learn properly the “language of Princess Di”; and La Gitana, a drag Flamenco dancer struggling with AIDS as he stages his final performance. ADULTS ONLY.

TICKETS

Buy tickets online at www.teatrodelasamericas.org or at the box office one hour before the show.

General Admission $25

Reservations can be made by leaving a message at 805-983-2876 before 4PM the day of the show.