In the one-man play Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown, a young Colombian immigrant arrives in Los Angeles on the first day of the 1992 riots. He naturally thinks he’s watching the filming of a Lethal Weapon sequel. Featuring monologues from the young Colombian, as well as a Latino actor passing for Anglo, a gay Cuban shunned in two countries and a demonic roommate, Guillermo Reyes’ play made big waves when it premiered in Los Angeles 20 years ago, and you’ll realize just how relevant it still is today when actor Nelson Rodriguez plays all the roles at Chicago’s Apollo Theater Studio. Sandra Marquez directs this compelling new production.
Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown at Apollo Theater Studio
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