BWW Review: UN RATO CON EL at ¨El Nacional¨ Theater

BWW Review: UN RATO CON EL at ¨El Nacional¨ Theater

UN RATO CON EL (A while with him) is an original Drama Play produced by one of it's main actors, Julio Chavez. The story invites us to think with humor about family bonds; A duel of brothers who, even in their differences, will discover that they have a lot in common.

Gregorio (Julio Chávez) and Dario (Adrián Suar) are two brothers, siblins but from different mothers, who lived their lives apart from each other since they were kids. When their father dies, they are forced to meet again to discuss and distribute the inheritance. To their surprise, that meeting, which at first both believed it was going to be tedious and uncomfortable, turns into unexpected events and surprises around the paternal figure. These surprises will start to arise and things that none of them were aware of will come to light.

The magic of the show lies in the chemistry between these 2 amazing actors, Chavez and Suar. Also, the book composes a fundamental key to the show. The dialogues are very real and full of meaning.

With difficulty and distrust the brothers little by little will restart, without noticing, the relationship they left behind many years ago and they will realized that they have much mor ein common than what they thought. Their father and his choices made them split as kids, and once more his death is what brings them back together.

BWW Review: UN RATO CON EL at ¨El Nacional¨ Theater

The show runs from Thursday to Sunday and the Theater is located in the Heart of Calle Corrientes, a couple steps away from the Iconic Obelisco. Tickets can be purchased HERE.

BWW Review: UN RATO CON EL at ¨El Nacional¨ Theater

Julio Chavez has his own *Star* on the sidewalk of the Theater. The Audience enjoy taking a picture next to it before and after the show.


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