The sculptor had planned to arrive incognito, like a regular gallery-goer with her hands extremely clean and showed well-painted fake nails. No one would have suspected she was the author of the works on display. (9 photos)
In this version of the play, Cremata invites audiences to reflect on the story of King Berenguer (Berenjena, “eggplant,” in this adaptation), a dictator who has been in power for over two hundred years, who finds out he is going to die in an hour – by the end of the play, that is to say.
It’s hard to believe that two years have gone by since the new legislation allowing Cuban athletes to sign contracts abroad was announced and that relatively few of those contracts have actually been signed.