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March 1 — March 20, 2022

March 1 — March 20, 2022

Playwright
Jacobo Morales

Jacobo Morales

Playwright

Jacobo Morales burst onto the entertainment industry at the age of fourteen and soon after, developed his writing skills in television and with La criada malcriada (1965). The first film he directed, ...And God Created Them (1979), is recognized as the marking point where Puerto Rico's film industry evolved. His third film, Lo que le pasó a Santiago (1989), reached an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Language Film in 1990. Morales is considered by many to be the most influential filmmaker in Puerto Rico.

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Director/Choreographer
Julio Monge

Julio Monge

Director/Choreographer
Julio Monge (Director) Directing credits include Hedwig and the Angry Inch (also producer and translation) at the Gay and Lesbian Theater Festival in San Juan, Puerto Rico (Best Production Award), and West Side Story (co-director) at Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour (Helpmann Award Best Direction and nomination for Best Choreography). He also directed the play Putting Out by Laura E. Bray at the Venus Theater Festival in NYC. 
 
Choreography credits include The Somewhere Project, celebrating Carnegie Hall’s 125th anniversary; Tony Kushner's translation of Mother Courage and her Children starring Meryl Streep at the Delacorte Theater, and the musical Radiant Baby, both directed by George C. Wolfe. Also, The Threepenny Opera at Williamstown Theater Festival starring Betty Buckley; Jose Rivera's premiere of References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot starring Rosie Pérez, and the revival of Pablo Cabrera’s La Verdadera Historia de Pedro Navaja starring Gilbertito Santa Rosa and Yolandita Monge.
 
He served as artistic collaborator in the up-coming film version of West Side Story, written by Tony Kushner and directed by Stephen Spielberg, to be released in theaters on December, 2021.
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Maggie Bofill

Maggie Bofill

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Maggie Bofill (Lorena). Actor, playwright. Founding member of LAByrinth Theater Company, member of Ensemble Studio Theater (EST) and WAW, WomanArtistWriters (Dorset Theater Festival). Recent: Nationally Televised PBS Short CubanAmericanGothic, Performed/Written by Maggie in collaboration with Maria Rodriguez. STAGE: Bella, The Sound Inside, Theater Works Hartford, Dir. Rob Ruggiero: Nora, A Doll's House Part Two, The Longwharf Theater, Dir. Will Davis: Armida, Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles, St. Louis Rep. Dir: Rebecca Martinez: Blanca in The 24 Hour Plays Viral Monologues, Writer Michael John Garcés: TV AND FILM: High Town, The Path, Smash, Law&Order SVU. maggiebofill.com, IG: maggiebofillita

 

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Jorge Luna

Jorge Luna

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Jorge Luna (Antonio) THEATRE: Constellations (George S. Lindsey Theatre), Hamlet (Jersey City Theater Center), Deathwatch (New Ohio), The Dream Dances (Irondale), SHINKA (Capital Fringe), Starry Messenger (Theatre For The New City), Cymbeline (Chashama), FLORIDITA, My Love (INTAR), Barceloneta, de noche (IATI), The Tempest (BC), The Promise (CBA). FILM: The Week Of (Netflix), planet b234 (Vail), All The Beautiful Things (Sundance), papa y yoyo, The Last Frankenstein, Catching Fireflies, All Is Not Lost, Angelo, Bx3M. TV: Lisey's Story, Elementary, The Blacklist, Law & Order: SVU, The Code, One Life to Live, Basile. TRAINING: Shakespeare; RADA. BA Theatre; UPR. MFA Acting; Brooklyn College. www.jorgeluna.net

 

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A heartbeat.  A memory.  A lost love.  Faced with the consequences of past choices and the possibilities of second chances, Lorena and Antonio find themselves unexpectedly in one another’s arms—enchanted by the thrill of the unknown and enrapt by the seductive allure of a Bolero. We are honored to welcome the extremely talented, award-winning Director/Choreographer Julio Monge to George Street Playhouse for the American English-language premiere of this romantic pas de deux by Academy Award nominee Jacobo Morales, considered one of the most influential filmmakers in Puerto Rican history.

Run-time: 90 minutes; no intermission

Please note: This production includes strobe light effects and is suitable for ages 16+


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