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PRESENTS

“QUERIDO SAN ANTONIO” (Dear Saint Anthony)

by Patricia Suárez


April 27, 28 & 29, 2017, 7:30pm
April 30, 3:30pm

- PERFORMANCES IN SPANISH -
* ENGLISH SURTITLES only on Friday, April 28 & Saturday, April 29


Saturday 29: Q&A with the author post-show!

Hamman Hall, Rice University
Rice Boulevard, Entrances 20 y 21

Campus Map - Building 31 (File PDF)

BUY YOUR TICKET HERE

Information: 713-826-0445

Tickets

April 27, 7:30pm & April 30, 3:30pm
General Admission: $22
Students with ID: $16

Saturday 29: Q&A with the author post-show!

April 28 & April 29, 7:30pm (English Surtitles)
General Admission: $28
Students with ID: $16
CAH/ IHCH Members & Seniors (65+) with ID: $22

Paid tickets can be picked up at Will Call Window around 15 minutes before showtime.

You can also send a check to: Gente de Teatro, P.O. Box 56671, Houston, TX 77256 (Postmarked by April 17, 2017).
Please list day of performance, ticket categories, email & phone number.

The Box office opens 45 minutes before showtime on performance days. Visa, MasterCard and Discover Cards are accepted.

Deadline to request reimbursement for cancellations: April 25, 2017.

About the play

During the first decades of the twentieth century, the world began to change, and so did women. In Dear Saint Anthony, the miracle-performing saint who can find lost objects and dreamed-of lovers becomes a magical interlocutor for three women. Clever, rebellious and ever hopeful, the women manage to revert the established order as they hope to find the man of their dreams, get back their small possessions and break free from their assigned roles. The end justifies the means in this search for the miracle of love. In “Dear Saint Anthony”, anything goes.

Patricia Suárez brings to life a funny, smart, dynamic comedy revealing the relationship of a group of women with the world around them as well as their chances of revamping it to their advantage. In the words of the author, “Whatever you may call it, no one ever stops believing in magic.”

Directed by: Marcela Salas
Cast: Carolina Cutrera, Esteban Gago, Ana Ilvento Scuseria & Claudia Soroka.
Playwright: Patricia Suárez

The production is not suitable for children.

Autor: Patricia Suárez

Patricia Suárez (Rosario, Argentina, 1969) has won several awards as a playwright, including the trilogy Las polacas consisting of Historias tártaras, Casamentera (Fondo Nacional de las Artes Award, Argentina, 2001) & La Varsovia (Instituto Nacional de Teatro Award, Argentina, 2001); the Award Scrtittura de la Differenza for Edgardo practica, Cósima hace magia; the Award Argentores for the production of Roter Himmel (Argentina, 2005), written with María Rosa Pfeiffer and the INT first Award (Argentina, 2007) for La Bámbola also written with María Rosa Pfeiffer.

Her plays have been performed in different countries: La Rosa Mística at San Martín de Caracas Theatre, Venezuela (2009), Disparos por Amor directed by Jorge Cassino in Madrid, Spain (2010) and La engañifa in La Paz, Bolivia (2011). Natalina won the First Latin American Award Argentores (Argentina, 2011) and Maldad was awarded the Estrella de Mar Award in 2016 (Best play by an Argentine playwright). P. Suárez has also written several children’s books.



Sponsors

Rice University Trini & O.C. Mendenhall Foundation UNITED Official Airline
Institute of Hispanic Culture City of Houston Houston Art Alliance
Consulado General de la República Argentina Casa Argentina de Houston

Hamman Hall, Rice University: Seating

The house is general seating. It is advised to arrive to the theater 20 minutes prior to the performance.

English Surtitles: Suggested Seating
Please follow the suggested seating recommendations posted at the Hall entrance.

Hamman Hall Seating Chart (PDF file)

Hamman Hall: Late Seating

Re-entry to the theatre during the performance is at the discretion of the House Manager. If you do arrive after the performance begins, the House Manager will identify an available seat for you.

Photographs

No photography will be permitted during the performance.

Children at the Theatre

Adult content, explicit language * This production is not suitable for children.
Children ages 5 and younger are not permitted at any time to attend Gente de Teatro productions.

Hamman Hall: Parking

Hamman Hall, Rice University (Hamman Hall, Building 31)
Rice Blvd., Entrances 20 o 21
Houston, TX 77005
Rice University Campus Map (PDF file)

Gente de Teatro patrons coming to HAMMAN HALL may park in the North Visitors Lot (Entrance 20 or 21) or the North Annex Lot (Entrance 20), using a credit card. Parking in these lots will be charged at a discounted rate of $7.

Visitors paying with cash only should park at the Central Campus Garage, at the regular rate.
At no time can anyone park on Campanile Road, nor in the Mudd cul-de-sac, for longer than 15 minutes.

Entrance 21 is the closest access to Hamman Hall. When you park at North Visitors Lot, you face the back of Hamman Hall building on Campanile Rd. Look for Gente de Teatro’s signs and walk to the front entrance of the building. Parking is also available in Greenbriar Lot, west of the stadium, with entry at entrances 13A off of Greenbriar Dr., and 16 off on Rice Blvd. If you park at Greenbriar lot you can walk towards Hamman Hall. It is an approximately 15-minute walk.

North Lot & North Annex Lot (BY CREDIT CARD ONLY).

Machines at the entrance gates will instruct the driver to insert a credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover). When exiting after the event, the gates will be open with the arms up. The credit card will be charged $7 – a discounted rate.

Central Campus Garage (BY CASH or CREDIT CARD): $1 per 19 minutes, $12 daily maximum – not a discounted rate.

At the garage entrance, the driver pulls an entry ticket from the machine or uses his credit card to open the gate. If the visitor pulled a ticket, he or she will carry the entry ticket with them when they exit the car. When ready to leave, the visitor stops at the "pay-on-foot" machine near the elevators. As instructed by the machine, the visitor inserts the ticket into the machine and is shown the amount owed. The visitor may then pay with cash (coins or paper currency) or credit card (if paying with credit card, it can be done directly at the exit gate). The machine issues an exit ticket. The visitor then drives to the exit gate, inserts the exit ticket, and the gate opens. To print a receipt, the visitor can push the button next to the word "Receipt" on the pay-on-foot machines.

Greenbriar Lot (CREDIT CARD ONLY): $2 per entry per day.

More information about parking may be obtained from the Parking office website or by calling 713-348-2020 / 713-348-2023.


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