Directed by Manuel Mendoza, and produced by Colombian actress Marisol Correa, a new version of “The Vagina Monologues’ featuring only Hispanic actresses is in the works.
After several months of being closed to the public, the iconic Trail Theater, located in the Calle 8 and 37th Avenue neighborhood in Miami, will open its doors once again through the month of January. It will be under the management of Catarsis productions and owned by Colombian actress Marisol Correa, and her partner, entrepreneur Jorge Angulo.
“Dreams have no price, but when a dream comes true, it becomes a responsibility that prevents one from failing,” said Correa, who, since becoming the theater’s manager last November, has not stopped in his attempts to make it absolutely gorgeous.
The Trail Theater will open to the public January 29 with “Amanecí con Ganas De Morirme,” (I woke up with a death wish) written by Indira Pérez and directed by Mario Sudano.
Sunday, January 30th, the theater will feature ‘Lorca, Alma Presente”, dramatic readings of texts from García Lorca, as directed by Rebeca Alemán.
Beginning February 3rd, the theater will present Eve Ensler’s ‘The Vagina Monologues’, directed by Manuel Mendoza and featuring some of the top Hispanic talents in Miami: Roselyn Sanchez, Charytin, Adriana Barraza, Lili Estefan, Sonya Smith, Roxana Garcia, Zully Montero, Dra. Nancy Alvarez, Marisol Calero, Marisol Correa, Margarita Coego, Alba Roversi, and Soraya Alcalá.