To the frustration of those of us looking to attend shows where we don’t have to check our brains at the box office, summer in America has been deemed the season for lighter theatrical fare — the farces and trifles, the storyless composer revues, and the old chestnut musicals. For Spanish speakers, summer is a time for far more thrilling stage ventures worthy of Brecht and Ionesco. Returning for its 28th year with a special focus on the art and... More >>>