At last year’s inaugural TeatroStageFest—a festival showcasing New York’s Latino and international theater—a highlight was a Spanish-language production of Hamlet (with the Bard’s original English lines in a program for the monolingual). This year, the festival returns with fresh voices from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Spain. And besides theater productions (Narcissus, The Toothache of King Farfán, Lifeguard), TeatroStageFest offers musical performances (Bianca Marroquín from Broadway’s Chicago, Bobby Sanabria), a comedy series (Marga Gomez, Carmelita Tropicana) and artist panels (John Leguizamo, Graciela Daniele). All productions are accessible in English and Spanish. Through June 15, various locations and prices,... More >>>