By: Miguel Torres
September 16 - October 9, 2022
The work recounts the events that happens in Bogota during November 1986 when the terrorist group M-19 took the justice palace since from the perspective of ordinary people. Julieta Marín, a young law student who works to pay for her studies as a cashier in the Palace of Justice cafeteria, never appeared among the survivors and the dead of the takeover. The disappearance unleashes chaos, fears and repression of the tenants of the house: Sergio, a waiter with clown skills, and Victoria, his wife, who make up the passionate knot of the story, Carlos, a usurer who negotiates with desperation of the others, Humberto, a confused young man who cannot overcome his lack of maturity, and Lucía, the mother, owner of the house, a woman who falls into the web of madness since the disappearance of her daughter, become victims. of a foreign and own war at the same time. They give color to the country's flag, personifying the imaginary of any Colombian who faces political conflicts and who is not necessarily aware of them, who experiences his desires and frustrations in the midst of the turbulent social changes of the time.
Staff and Cast
Director: Fabio Polanco
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Due to the low incidence of Covid-19 cases in Cuyahoga county, we will not require evidence of the Covid-19 vaccine or negative test.
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LatinUs Black Box Theater
2937 W 25 Street
Cleveland, OH 44113