Moonbox Productions Presents THE HOUSE OF RAMON IGLESIA at Mosesian Center for the Arts

The production opens on April 14th and runs through April 30th at the Mosesian Center for the Arts at 321 Arsenal Street in Watertown, MA. 

By: Mar. 14, 2023
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Moonbox Productions Presents THE HOUSE OF RAMON IGLESIA at Mosesian Center for the Arts

Moonbox Productions, winner of numerous IRNE and Elliot Norton Awards, is thrilled to present The House of Ramon Iglesia by Jose Rivera. Directed by Arthur Gomez, The House of Ramon Iglesia opens on April 14th and runs through April 30th at the Mosesian Center for the Arts at 321 Arsenal Street in Watertown, MA. Tickets are $55 general admission/$45 seniors and $20 student rush ½ hour prior to performance and are available at https://bit.ly/HouseofRamon. Pay-What-You-Can tickets are available at the door (Box Office fees may apply).

It's 1983, and the Iglesia family is caught between two worlds. Aging and ailing, parents Ramon and Dolores are eager to leave their rickety house in New Jersey and return to their native Puerto Rico - but their three sons, all raised in America, are deeply divided on whether or not to go. Tough, genuine, and insightful, The House of Ramon Iglesia asks just as much as it answers. What do we owe our parents, and our children? What do we mean when we say "country", or "family", or "home"? As they struggle through gaps of language, age, and culture, will the Iglesia family find common ground? Or are their rifts too wide to heal?

The cast of The House of Ramon Iglesia includes Luis Negron (Ramon), Sara Burd* (Dolores), Lily Steven** (Caroline), Jaime Jose Hernandez (Javier), Mo Correa (Charlie), Dan Garcia (Julio), Matthew Zahnzinger (Nick), Tader Shipley (Swing - Caroline), and Johnny Gordon (Swing - Sons). *AEA, **SAG

"The House of Ramon Iglesia reminds us all of the importance of telling our stories: to help define who we are, to open up our different worlds to each other, and ultimately to reveal beneath our different experiences our deep and shared humanity," said Producer Sharman Altshuler. "It is an honor to be bringing this beautiful piece of theater to Boston," said Altshuler.

The creative and design team includes Sharman Altshuler (Producer), Arthur Gomez (Director), Samantha Knox (Production Stage Manager), Kailey Bennett (Production Manager), Sean Watkins (Assistant Production Manager), Diego Farrell (Technical Director), Finn Bamber (Lighting Designer), Jessie Marasco (Production Electrician), Jessica Elliott (Production Electrician Mentor), Aubrey Dube (Sound Designer), Cameron McEachern (Set Designer), Abraham Rebollo (Props Designer), Olivia Dumaine (Intimacy Director), Kailey Bennett (COVID Safety Manager), Katie Smith (COVID Safety Assistant).

For more information regarding Moonbox Productions upcoming production of The House of Ramon Iglesia go to www.moonboxproductions.org.




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