Show Details
Barcelo Con Hielo
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Barcelo Con Hielo

Jun 20, 2014 - Dec 14, 2014
Running time: 1:45
PLAYING @
Repertorio Espanol
138 East 27th St
New York, NY 10016
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Bus: M34 or M16 to Lexington Avenue 34th M23 to Lexington Avenue/23rd M102 - M103 (local) Lexington Avenue Third Ave - 27th Street
By Subway: 6 train to 28th Street (2 blocks away) W or R trains to 28th Street (4 blocks away)
Show Description:
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ADDITIONAL INFO

Listed at TKTS: Never
Audience Advisory
Adult themes & language; mature audiences only
Age Guidance: 17
Show Notes
1 Intermission. Performed in Spanish with subtitles in English & Spanish via Simultext® In-Seat Captioning System.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Repertorio is wheelchair accessible. There are two areas around the orchestra pit that are designated for wheelchair use.
Elevator\Escalator
None available
Parking
ICON Parking provides parking a the reduced rate of $15 for four hours to Repertorio's customers. The garage is located on 29th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues (almost corner of Third Ave. on the North side of the street). Please remember to validate the parking ticket at our box office.
Entrance
Entrance is on the ground floor. There are double doors.
Water Fountain
Water is sold at the concession stands during performances.
Assisted Listening System
Audio amplification system for the hard of hearing
Visual Assistance
Visual captions in English and Spanish
Translation
There is a captioning system installed on the back of each seat with subtitles that shows the dialogue of the performance.

REVIEWS

"With his plays, Marco Antonio Rodríguez has burst upon the Off-Broadway, New York theater scene and has become one of the most prominent Dominican voices in Latino playwriting." 

----Camilla Stevens, Director, Center for Latin American Studies, Rutgers University
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"Marco Antonio Rodríguez is a talented new voice in theatre. He writes with compassion, humor and insight about the Dominican-American experience." 

------–Caridad Svich, 2012 Obie Award winner for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre
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