XXII International Hispanic Theatre Festival From Jul 19th through 20th, 2007As part of the 22nd edition of the International Hispanic Theatre Festival, the group Azul Teatro based in Cordoba, Argentina, will be presenting the play Sobre un Barco de Papel (On a Paper Boat) written by María Rosa Pfeiffer and directed by Omar Viale. The release of private demons and memories of childhood, adolescence, youth and old age unleash the conflicts and interests of two generations in a piece that not only sets forth an original spatial approach but also prompts reflection on the female universe and a fresh look at a nation. This event will take place at the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts’ Studio Theater located at 1300 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami. For more information, please call: 305.445.8877
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