Ramos-Pena's 'Bad Blood - Malasangre' to Open May 3

Award-winning Puerto Rican playwright, director, actor, and journalist Roberto Ramos-Perea will see his controversial play Bad Blood - Malasangre presented as the 40th anniversary mainstage production at the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, led by Artistic Director Miriam Colon Valle. Previews for the New York premiere of Bad Blood - Malasangre begin April 25th at 8PM, with Opening Night on May 3rd, at 8PM.

Press notes describe the show as a look at "the relationship of a young Puerto Rican couple, both professionals, who face the dilemma of her accepting a dream job in El Paso, Texas, or letting their marriage collapse."
 
Directed by Colon Valle with an English translation by Charles Philip Thomas, the production stars Jazmin Caratini, Felipe Gorostiza, Francis Mateo, German Nande, and Gladys Perez. The creative team includes Randall Parsons (scene design), Marion Talan (costume design) and Scott Andrew Cally (lighting).

The show will run through Sunday, May 20 at the company's home theatre located at 304 West 47th Street--just West of 8th Avenue.
English performances are Wednesdays through Fridays at 8PM, and Spanish performances are Saturdays at 2:30PM and 8PM, Sundays at 2:30PM and 8PM. General Admission tickets are $35.00; Groups of 20 or more and Students and Senior Citizens with ID $25.00; Tickets are available by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting www.telecharge.com. For more information, call (212) 354 1293.
 

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