A household name in the Spanish-speaking cultural world, Mario Vargas Llosa is a novelist, journalist, and playwright who has won a Nobel Prize in Literature, run for the presidency of Peru under the Democratic Front ticket, and seen his works translated into 30 languages in a career spanning some 50 years. He’s less known in Anglo-centric North America, where we don’t even get much translated Chekhov on our stages, let alone Spanish-language dramas with projected supertitles. Luckily, Teatro Avante, producer of the annual International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami, remains dedicated to preserving and presenting the work of Spanish-language masters. For four shows only, the company is... More >>>