Argos Teatro: 10 Million (part of Artes de Cuba)
About Argos Teatro: 10 Million (part of Artes de Cuba)
This autobiographical theater piece, by Argos Teatro’s multi-award-winning founder Carlos Celdrán, depicts his experience as a child and adolescent in Cuba, navigating his relationship with his parents, his links with history, and the tumultuous events that shaped his life. Argos Teatro, founded by Celdrán in 1996, was established as a laboratory for actors and students in search of a common theatrical language. Celdrán and company members have received numerous awards, including the National Theater Award in 2016. The production will feature Argos Teatro company members Caleb Casas, Daniel Romero, Maridelmis Marín, and Waldo Franco.
Recommended for age 18 & up
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