Oct 11-12, 2013 at 7:00pm
In the Bullitt Cabaret
Running time: 1 hour, 50 minutes (with one 15-minute intermission)

In The Bullitt CabaretRunning time for 25 Saints: 1 hour, 30 minutes
In the style of an old Taverna (Tavern) selected scenes from the great classics from the 16th Century Golden Age of Spain (Edad de Oro). Some in English, some in Spanish, some bilingual, interspersed with live Spanish music including Flamenco, Sephardic and Moorish influence.

Enjoy a refreshing twist on the classics with wine, cheese, barmaids, and music. In the style of an old taverna (tavern), you'll savor scenes from the great classics of the "Golden Age of Spain" (Edad de Oro). Featuring English, Spanish, and bilingual selections interspersed with live Spanish music including flamenco guitar by Istvan Rez as well as music from Sephardic and Moorish influences.

Take a historical and cultural journey through theatre, from 15th and 16th century Spain to modern Latino adaptations of timeless stories that never lose their relevance. A mixing of cultures of epic proportions. If the world is a stage, then history is a fabulous screenplay. Sit and be transported by the likes of Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Rojas, Cabeza de Vaca, and more in the company of wenches and nobles, conquistadores and rebels, set to incredible music of the times.

Directed by Rose Cano with Musical Direction by Meg Savlov

Featuring the talents of Javonna Arriaga, Mandy Canales, Fernando Cavallo, Christi Cruz, Angela Maestas, Miguel Morales, Laurel Paxton, Jennifer Tee, Benito Vasquez, and Carolynne Wilcox among others

Flameno guitar by Istvan Rez

eSe Teatro - Seattle Latinos Take Stage - Empowering local Latinos artists to create, produce, and present bilingual, English, Spanish, and Spanglish-speaking theater.

eSe Teatro is a company of professional theatre artists from the greater Seattle area actively promoting diversity in the local art scene, building artistic bridges with  underserved populations, and providing a sense of place for Latino artists. We employ Latino & Spanish-speaking theatre artists often marginalized on the mainstream stage. eSe strives to give these artists space for self-expression: physical, creative, and/or developmental space; space for dialogue with Latino communities; or simply space to have their work honored and validated.

eSe Teatro's Oedipus El Rey is so good we can barely watch" — The SunBreak

"'Top on the Fringe' for Oedipus El Rey" — 2012 Footlight Awards, The Seattle Times

Read The Seattle Times' profile of eSe Teatro co-founder: Rose Cano: Uniting communities through theater