– World Premiere
Produced by Sinteatro-Intimus Theatre Company
Written by Robby Ramos
Directed by Marion Elaine
Aminta De Lara
And two more actors TBA.
A Cuban prison. The 1962 "Missile Crisis". An American radio host beaming a constant stream of subversive conversation and music to this caribbean island held captive by El Comandante, Fidel Castro. Two brothers and their sister await their individual and collective destinies by the cold, hard hand of a ruthless revolution. In the end is blood stronger than ideals? Can family survive the passions of rebellion? Two rooms. Two interrogations. One final conclusion.
Friday - September 9 - 9pm
Saturday - September 10 - 5pm
Sunday - September 11- 8pm
Monday - September 12 - 9pm
Wednesday - September 14 - 9pm
Running time: Alpha 66 is 90 Minutes $15.
Robby Ramos is a New York based actor and playwright, originally from
Miami, Florida. A graduate of T. Schreiber Studio's One Year
Conservatory, Ramos has appeared in productions at the Signature
Theatre and the LaMama Experimental Theatre Club. In 2014, Ramos was
awarded the Best Actor Award by the Venus/Adonis Theatre Festival. He
participates in Unit 52, an acting unit of INTAR. He is a co-founder
Marion Elaine (director) is a New York actress and a co-founder of
Sinteatro-Intimus. Elaine is a graduate of Hunter College, where she
got a BA in Theatre and Media Studies. Before helping to found
Sinteatro-Intimus, Elaine was involved with the New Mercury Theatre
Company, which donates all its proceeds to different charities in the
New York tri-state area. She recently starred in the independent film
"Do You Think I'm Pretty?" She is the Assistant Artistic Director as
the Possibility Project in New York City.
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