Meet the playwrights of the four plays we will be presenting as part of our First Annual Micro Theater Festival this Friday and Saturday, July 20-21, at the Carriage House in Goodwood Museum.
1st Annual Micro Theater Festival
These are the four plays that will be presented in the festival This play was written by one of the most important contemporary playwrights from Spain: Jose Luis Alonso de Santos. It’s a conversation between a subway driver and a lonely woman who spend the night together after meeting at a bar. With a tragicomic… Continue reading 1st Annual Micro Theater Festival
Enjoy a different theatrical experience: 1st Annual Micro Theater Festival
Tallahassee Hispanic Theater embraces the concept of Micro Theater, started in 2009 in Spain, presenting a group of short plays that will be performed in the same space: the Carriage House at Goodwood Museum. Micro-theater is a form of theater very popular these days in Spain, Latin America and places like Miami and New York.… Continue reading Enjoy a different theatrical experience: 1st Annual Micro Theater Festival
Review of Forever Yours, Julita
Check out the review of our last play Forever Yours, Julita, by Paula Kiger (BroadwayWorld Tallahassee). If you missed the play, you still have an opportunity to enjoy it at FSU in March!
A Story of Love, Poetry, and Betrayal
Forever Yours, Julita
A story of poetry, love, and betrayal
Blind Date, by Mario Diament at Goodwood Museum on March 15-16.
Inspired by the literary world of the great Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges who explored the illusion of time and space, and ventured into parallel worlds, the infinite, and “other realities”, Blind Date takes on the kaleidoscopic concept of time to tell a story of love, passion and chance encounters. Cast Blind man: Lanny Thomas Man: Victor… Continue reading Blind Date, by Mario Diament at Goodwood Museum on March 15-16.