School of the Americas
June 22 - July 7, 2012
"Jose Rivera's School of the Americas traces the last two days of the Argentine revolutionary's life...When a feckless attempt to start an insurrection in Bolivia led to his capture, Che really was held for two days in tiny La Higuera while authorities decided his fate, and really did talk to a young villager named Julia Cortes..." -Jeremy Carter, New York
"In School of the Americas politics serve only as a backdrop to a story about Che's encounter with a young teacher named Julia Cortes. Julia teaches at the schoolhouse where Che is being held, and after pleading with the Lieutenant to be let inside, she has a final conversation with the prisoner..." -Jason Zinomen, The New York Times
Don't forget! A live band opens each night on the half hour prior play start. See you there! A soloist set will play some nights.
About the band: Vinnie Guidera and Mustafa Shaheen will be collaborating as a two-piece, performing songs from their respective solo projects. To listen to their music, go here.
About Enkidu Theatre Company: "Now, some stories you can tell, but they don't get to your heart. Only tell the story that, if you could not tell it, your heart would ache for the mystery behind its stunted fruition." -John Dryden, Founder/Artistic Director
House is limited to 49 seats per night. For mature audiences.