2021 - 2022 Season Events & productions  Sponsored by: LaMarque Enterprises

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Teatro Audaz Proudly Presents our first show of Season 2021 - 2022!

MAN OF THE FLESH by Octavio Solis
Directed by Holly Nañes

 

A modern comic adaptation of the first Don Juan play, The Trickster of Seville. Juan is dispatched by his father who owns Pronto Lawn and Garden to work off his sins of the flesh. But at the Downey estate, on the eve of Day of the Dead, he meets the love of his life. But contrary to all the women before her, Anna Downey spurns him. He is determined to declare his love to her, even if he has to seduce all the women of the house to get near her.

Performances: Oct 28th through Nov. 2nd

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat at 7:30pm

Sunday at 2pm

CAST

Sergio Mendoza as Juan Tenorio
Eric Alvarado as Luis
Benito Lara as Don Diego / Downey / Reveler 
Keli Cabunoc as Concepcion
John Perez as Fracas
Donna Provencher as Dora Downey / Reveler
Jessica Arenas as Martina / Reveler
Lissette Belmontes as Lorena / Flor
Kathleen O'Neal as Romelia / Heather / Reveler
Sky Young as Anne Downey

Tickets go on sale Wed 10/7/21 at 5pm!

Stage Manager: Ember Gomez / Asst. Stage Manager: Nevaeh Cruz / Scenic Design: Karen Arredondo / Costume Design: Ixchel Cuellar / Lighting Design: Roy Moya / Sound Design: Luke Alvarado

Teatro Audaz will continue to implement Covid-19 safety protocols to promote the good health and well-being of our patrons, performers, and staff. 
Teatro Audaz will adhere to the following: 

  • All patrons must wear masks while in the lobby, unless drinking or eating. Complimentary disposable masks are available should you forget to bring one. 

  • Masks must be worn properly at all times when in the auditorium and during the performance.

  • No food or beverages are permitted in the Cellar theater space.

  • Capacity is capped at 50% to encourage social distancing.

  • Hand sanitizers stations are located throughout the lobby for patron use.

  • All actors, crew, and staff are required to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination.