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Cuesheet 2014-2015 Season

Somewhere in Quixote

No matter how familiar you are with the story of Don Quixote, prepare to experience it in a whole new way with this Spanish theater company. Five male actors recreate some of Don Quixote’s comic exploits and introduce a new character on stage—the author himself, Miguel de Cervantes. In this theatrical adventure, the performers weave together words from the book, live music, and lots of humor to tell the story and explore themes like nobility, honor, and morality.


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