Like apparitions rolling in from the sea, four rafters descend down the aisles from the back of the darkened Colony Theater toward the stage. Pedro (Luis Alberto Garcia), a soldier, crouches and peers excitedly through a telescope. Octavio (Gerardo Riveron) enters with a compass. Devoto (Jorge Hernandez), dressed as a priest, waves a lantern like a searchlight. And Amalia (Lourdes Simón), the archetypal female, holds a bell next to her face, ringing it in a sporadic, almost superstitious manner. This innovative way to open a play about four people lost at sea characterizes the magic that weaves its way through Teatro Avante's rendition of Colombian playwright... More >>>