With some Spanglish plays having greater presence on mainstream American stages over the past several years, it's only natural that more Latino playwrights or plays about Latin-American culture would surface onto these stages. And it's hard to ignore the beautiful words from plays such as Electricidad and Oedipus El Rey (both written by Luis Alfaro) as well as Living Out (Lisa Loomer) and Anna in the Tropics (Nilo Cruz). With My Tia Loca's Life of Crime , playwright Roy Conboy flourishes with his imagery of locations in the San Francisco-Bay Area as well as Orange County California, especially the streets of Twin Peaks. My Tia Loca's Life of Crime is directed by John Caldon. produced by San Francisco's Guerilla Rep. The play chronicles the experiences of Tia Loca/Lola Niño (played by Cat Callejas) from Orange County to San Francisco to Tijuana and back to San Francisco. The rest of the cast comprises of Lainey Garrity as Elena Ortega. The story begins with the Fountain Valley police arresting Memo and Tia Loca with interrogation by Officer Elena Ortega. From there, the play flashes back to moments in Lola's life, including meeting the love of her life John Schmidt and giving birth to her baby daughter. The performances by Callejas and Badiola certainly are highlights of the show due to their wonderful chemistry as aunt and nephew with their dialogues. Most noteworthy were their humorous exchanges in the opening scene and scene eight. And both performers not only showed their acting prowess but their singing talents as well with a few musical numbers during some scenes' transitions. And in outstanding supporting roles are Garrity, Gunnison, and Broadbear. Garrity did well with the handling of the Spanglish language. Gunnison and Broadbear were hilarious in all their many different roles as police officers. and as John Schmidt for Gunnison. Caldon's staging and blocking of entrances and exits as well as costume changes onstage during the transitions were simply brilliant and perfect. Caldon should be commended for a superb cast and the performances by each actor. The technical elements were fantastic, including scenic design by Tanya Orellana. sound design by Matt Stines. and costume design by Alex Zeek. Orellana's scenic design were tantalizing with Christmas lights adorning the stage and a floor painted with the borders of Aztlan and. Source: www.examiner.com
level - from most of the key line readings and the over-the-top antics of Charles Branklyn as the jester Feste and Martin Grizzell Jr.'s foppish Sir Andrew Aguecheek to the frozen stare of Unique Jenkins or aggressive glare of Percival Arcibal in
With some Spanglish plays having greater presence on mainstream American stages over the past several years, it's only natural that more Latino playwrights or plays about Latin-American culture would surface onto these stages. And it's hard to ignore
Percival Arcibal is an established character actor in Hollywood and ... He grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to Southern California in 2004.
RATING: (POLITE APPLAUSE)Twelfth Night: Comedy. By William Shakespeare ... Sir Andrew Aguecheek to the frozen stare of Unique Jenkins or aggressive glare of Percival Arcibal in walk-on roles. A few crowd-pleasing performances help enormously.
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