Enzo and his wife, Mecha live in his father-in-law’s house. The recently married young man longs to smarten up his living quarters – at least with a can of paint – but his efforts clash headlong with his in-laws and their way of living. What begins as light comedy evolves into insane slapstick and finally into bizarre absurdity.
Enzo is a young man who above all wants to put his own print on life. He knows what he wants, but has no idea how to accomplish it. The play showcases the familiar countryside of South American middle class life, struggling mightily to reconstruct itself, and opens itself to us step by hilarious step.
An Area Premiere
by Oscar Viale (Argentina)
adapted and directed by Mario Marcel
- In Spanish with English surtitles
Post-Performance Discussions every Friday night
Childcare available during Sat. matinees – $10 per child (24 hs. notice required)
Free Parking. Handicapped accessible