Spanish repertory

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138 E 27th St, New York, NY
(212) 225-9999
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    28th Street

the Spanish repertory

Price its an average it changes according to each event. Since 1968, the Spanish repertoire is a stronghold of the hispano-american culture of New York in what refers to theater. Located in the Gramercy Park neighborhood. The theater presents works of significance in Spanish for the Hispanic community of the city, of Latin American authors, spanish and Hispanic residents in the United States. One of the objectives of the theater is to expand and diversify its audience, providing access to students and retired people. In his history of theatrical excellence, there have been works of the likes of 'Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, the kiss of the spider woman, Chronicle of a death foretold, Strawberry and Chocolate, La fiesta del chivo, Dona Flor and her two husbands, Life is a dream, the love in the time of cholera, Captain Pantoja and the special, among other literary gems, along the existence of the theater. Since the nineties, the Spanish repertoire has tried to widen its audience and attract spectators who do not speak spanish by means of the simultaneous translation of the works to the english. In 2012, the theater has premiered the installation of a brand new system of subtitles in English and Spanish - equivalent to the that can be found in the major opera houses of the world - in small screens in the back of each seat theater. The cost of the tickets varies according to the work and function. In general, you can get tickets from $23-30 to 63-80 dollars, and reduced prices for students and retirees. There are functions almost every day, except special dates and certain exceptions, and two functions during the weekends: matinee and evening. And before the show offer red and white wines for free.