XXII International Hispanic Theatre Festival From Jul 11th through 12th, 2007The acclaimed International Hispanic Theatre Festival, presented by Teatro Avante and American Airlines is celebrating its 22nd anniversary season by bringing a vast selection of theatre groups from the United States, Latin America and Europe to various locations in South Florida. On July 11th and 12th, the Prometeo Theatre, based at the Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus will be presenting the play La Casa de Todos (Everyone’s Home), written by Neher Jacqueline Briceño and directed by Joann María Yarrow. Within an unusual boarding house, secrets and truths la bare the lives of its residents and the strange bond that unites and draws them to an ending wholly unexpected by them and the audience. This event will take place at the Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus located at 300 NE 2nd Avenue in Miami. For more information, please call: 305.237.3262
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