La vida en los esclavos unidos
$30, $40, $55
Saulo García’s La vida en los Esclavos Unidos, directed by Juan Carlos Talero. Presented in Spanish only; translation is not available for this show.
After El insomnio americano’s success—which continues to sell out in New York, Miami and Colombia—Saulo García brings a new stand-up comedy show with the good taste and ingenuity that he is best known for. With outstanding humor, La vida en los Esclavos Unidos (Life in the United Slaves) touches on themes such as the financial crisis, healthcare in the U.S., immigrants’ jobs and the lifelong trauma left after the interview for a visa at the U.S. Embassy. For ages 17 and up.
Other Language(s): Spanish
138 East 27th Street
(between Lexington and Third Avenues)
New York, NY 10016
Subway: 6 train to 28th Street (2 blocks away); N, R trains to 28th Street (5 blocks away). Buses: at 34th Street: M34 or M16 to Lexington Avenue; at 23rd Street: M23 to Lexington Avenue