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Entries with Keyword drama

Imagine this: a neon and glitter splattered set of a supposedly run-of-the-mill high school. Our protagonist: a kid with a heart of gold and voice of an angel who just wants to sing on stage – though the folks at …

I love a good high school drama. Don’t get me wrong, I am mortally terrified of teenagers – I get about 10 percent more exercise than I otherwise would simply by strategically plotting out my daily commute so as to

With a full four days off to look forward to, many people are planning their own weekend getaways to the countryside. If you’re not taking the opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city though, then get …

Despite a few complications following the culture ministry’s decision not to fund this year’s Shakespearean Festival in Buenos Aires “for budgeting reasons”, there is still a full program on offer. This year however, it is split up into three stages, …

If you’re feeling like you want to delve a little deeper into current Argentine social issues, El Cauce written by playwright Matias Bertiche is a good choice for you.

The play, currently running at the Tadron Teatro in Palermo (Niceto …

Just in the nick of time, I am back to save you from the depths of holiday hell. This is of course, assuming that you all hate the holidays, which is probably a generous over-estimation. Anyway, it’s as if December …