Anna In The Tropics
About the Event
Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anna in the Tropics unfolds in Tampa, Florida during the Prohibition years in one of the last remaining factories that still rolls cigars by hand.
Here, the Alcazar family eagerly awaits the arrival of their new lector, Juan Julian. When he starts reading from Tolstoy’s Russian classic, Anna Karenina, the scandalous lives of the characters start to intertwine with the lives of his avid listeners. Conchita, Santiago’s daughter, confronts her husband, Palomo, about marital issues, and Palomo becomes aware of a torrid affair between his wife and Juan Julian.
Cheche, Santiago’s half brother, bitter about the loss of his wife, tries to take over the factory, and Santiago faces the reality that he is neck-deep in gambling debt. Each character has something similar to Anna Karenina, and they undergo a profound, undeniable transformation – a testament to the power of literature, for better or worse.
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P2,000 | Orchestra Center
P1,500 | Orchestra Sides
P1,000 | Balcony
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