Following the debut on February 15, 2014 at the Theater For The New City --Arca Images will present in Miami, the world premiere "Sotto Voce," from March 20 to 23 at the Miami-Dade County Auditorium on Stage Black Box. Written and directed by Pulitzer Prize-winning, Nilo Cruz
WHERE AND WHEN:
March 20 to March 23, 2014
MDCA 2901 W Flagler Street, Miami, Fl.
Presented by Arca Images and MDCA
4 SHOWS ONLY
Thursday through Saturday at 8:30 PM; Sunday at 3:00 PM
$25 gen. Adm., $20 seniors, students, and groups (10+)
Box office (786) 327-4539 arcaimages.org
Performances in English with Spanish supertitles
Sotto Voce Synopsis:
A Jewish-Cuban young man sets out to recover memories of the S.S. St. Louis, which in 1939, left Nazi Germany for Cuba filled with Jewish refugees but was turned back by Cuba, the U.S. and Canada. He seeks out a prominent, elderly, German-born woman novelist who, in her youth, loved a Jewish man who was a passenger to Cuba on the ship. In this play of obsession and despair, Cruz lures three characters into a sea of darkness so they can find a unity of souls through their relationship with history and literature.
Detailed summary and genesis of Sotto Voce:
The play illustrates a holding on to memory that is very prevalent among Cuban exiles as it is with the Jewish people. It is a dream play in which a passionate, Jewish-Cuban young man