This bilingual “dramedy” by Spanish playwright Eduardo Galán returns by popular demand after its 4-week, world premiere run in June at Thalia Theater.
Lecciones de vida
- Written by Eduardo Galán and directed by Ángel Gil Orrios.
- Two different casts alternating performances: Soledad López and William Saquicela in Spanish, and Kathy Tejada and Bill Blechingberg in English.
A cultivated teacher and an uneducated fishmonger engage in a duel of personalities through several juicy parent-teacher school meetings. She is debating if she should retire or continue teaching, and he is the poor father of a very troubled teenager student in need of help.
About Eduardo Galán
Eduardo Galán is a Spanish playwright, screenwriter, novelist and essayist. He is currently a member of the board of directors of SGAE, the board of directors of the Academy of Performing Arts and general secretary of the Association of Producers and Theaters of Madrid.
Don't miss the related event –From the page to the stage: A conversation with the creators of Life Lessons– at Instituto Cervantes New York on June 7.