When "Growing Up Gonzales," Off-Broadway's newest hit show, opened in the East Village seven years ago in a 17-seat community center, no one knew it would become one of NYC's most successful Latino plays. "Growing Up Gonzales" is a one-man show about two brothers in search of forgiveness. It is a show filled with comedy, tragedy, culture and heart.
Audiences of all backgrounds have given this unique show a resounding stamp of approval.Felix Rojas' writing is vibrant, inspiring and powerful and Solo performer Andres "Chulisi" Rodriguez, under Rojas' direction, puts forth an award winning performance.
The "Growing Up Gonzales" company will be performing five shows in October at The Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago.
You can catch "Growing Up Gonzales" every Saturday in the heart of the NYC Theater District at 8pm at The Actors Temple Theater at 339 W. 47th Street between 8th and 9th avenues. Tickets are $45 general admission and $60 premium seating through Telecharge. For more information and links to tickets, visitwww.growingupgonzales.com.
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