El Coronel No Tiene Quien Le Escriba
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By Gabriel García Márquez | Adapted and Directed by Jorge Alí Triana Premium seats available. Running time: 1 hr 30 min. Photos by Michael Palma. Recommended for general audiences "This is a solid production makes watching it feel like stepping into the pages of Márquez." — The New York Times "From the opening stage picture to the final scene, 'El Coronel' is a magical show."— Times Square Chronicles "'No One Writes to the Colonel' is amusing and poignant."— Washington Square News "Directed and adapted by Jorge Ali Triana and Veronica Triana, El Coronel shows the beauty of simplicity."— Diandra Reviews It All
Venue: Repertorio Espanol
138 E. 27th Street
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