KPBS San Diego aired a news spot about El Henry, featuring Jennifer and how her costumes help tell the story.
El Henry opened last night in San Diego's east village to a packed house.
Produced by La Jolla Playhouse in association with the San Diego REP, the audience was filled with theatre professionals from across the country, in town for the TCG conference.
Responses have been stellar so far. El Henry runs through June 29th. Tickets available via La Jolla Playhouse website. (Website link also features a sneak-peek video of El Henry.)
El Henry marketing featuring a few of my (over seventy) costume renderings for the show. Performances begin in five days!
June 14th - June 29th, 2014 at SILO, Maker's Quarters, downtown San Diego
“Sam has assembled an astounding cast and creative team for El Henry, many of whom hail from San Diego – demonstrating the true community spirit of this latest Without Walls production,” remarked Playhouse artistic director Christopher Ashley.
Written in a unique poetic cadence called Calo, which mixes urban Spanish and English slang, this world-premiere adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part One explores the universal themes of this classic through the lens of Mexican-American machismo.