What You'll Get
In this passionate love story set in 1961, two young Cuban girls are ripped apart by circumstances surrounding the Bay of Pigs, but come back together after 20 years to face still more danger, as Castro has made their "improper" relationship a crime. Produced, directed, written by and starring Odalys Nanin, Skin of Honey (Piel de Miel) comes to the stage at West Hollywood's Macha Theatre. The L.A. Times says it's "a searing examination of Castro's failed socialist experiment and a torrid love story about two young Cuban girls split apart by the times. As a charged political drama, Honey has a lot to recommend."
There’s a wine bar and a taste of Hugo’s for purchase in the lobby, along with other snacks.
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