Teatro Audaz aims to give their 2022 season dedicated to Latinx families a grand finale! What happens when you mix The Importance of Being Earnest, The School for Wives and a narco telenovela? You get Bad Hombres/Good Wives, a hilarious new comedy written by Herbert Siguenza and directed by Juan Carlos Calderon.
About the show:
Meet Don Ernesto, a muy macho cartel lord of Sinaloa who is used to getting exactly what he wants. In this case, what he wants is Eva - the young woman he sent to a convent to be trained to become his perfect, submissive wife. En route to meet her future husband, Eva bumps into Mario, the dreamboat son of a rival narco capitán, and her heart leaps. Lust, love and war are in the air. Leave it to Armida, the smartest maid in Mexico, to dream up the scheme to inspire a double wedding that brings an unlikely harmony to the land of cartels and banda music!
About Teatro Audaz:
Teatro Audaz is dedicated to exploring the varied experiences and cultures of Latinx people through producing and showcasing the creative talents of our artists. We aim to showcase the stories of, and serve the artists that we feel are most under-represented, including all BIPOC, LGBTQ, women, refugees, and immigrants. Teatro Audaz is currently in residence at the Public Theater of San Antonio. Their 2021 / 2022 season, “Familia es Todo,” seeks to magnify the stories of Latinx families from all walks of life. Along with Bad Hombres / Good Wives, this season included Man of the Flesh by Octavio Solis, Mariachi Girl by Roxanne Schroeder-Arce, and The Mesquite Tree, An American Tragedy by David Davila For more information visit www.teatroaudaz.com
What: Teatro Audaz presents Bad Hombres/Good Wives by Herbert Siguenza
When: August 25th – September 04, 2022 7:30pm with Sunday matinees at 2:30pm
Where: The Cellar Theater at the Public Theater of San Antonio, 800 W Ashby Pl, San Antonio, TX 78212
Tickets: $15 - $25
*Masks are required to be worn for the entirety of the performance
For more info and interview requests, please contact Isabel De La Cerda
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