LAS MUJERES DEL MAR

Critics

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Reviews: 3

Audience

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Reviews: 0

Three generations of women attempt to reconcile their family’s past over a thirty-year journey. From the small fishing village of Puerto Azul, to the gritty streets of present day Los Angeles, Virginia, Marina, and Lupe’s memories create a timeline where past and present become one.

Reviews

Though it helps to be bilingual, or at the very least conversant in Spanish, to fully understand and appreciate Las Mujeres Del Mar, the story Schoenberg has to tell goes a long way towards transcending language barriers in her powerful, redemptive Women Of The Sea.

sweet - Steven Stanley - StageSceneLA - ...read full review


A world premiere mounted at Playwright’s Arena, it’s skillfully directed by Diane Rodriguez, and framed by an array of technical elements that highlight a meaningful story.

sweet - Deborah Klugman - Stage Raw - ...read full review


“Las Mujeres” never holds back its passion, fire and commitment. It is a moving parable of motherly love, imperfect but enduring.

sweet - F. Kathleen Foley - LA Times - ...read full review


Though it helps to be bilingual, or at the very least conversant in Spanish, to fully understand and appreciate Las Mujeres Del Mar, the story Schoenberg has to tell goes a long way towards transcending language barriers in her powerful, redemptive Women Of The Sea.

sweet - Steven Stanley - StageSceneLA - ...read full review


A world premiere mounted at Playwright’s Arena, it’s skillfully directed by Diane Rodriguez, and framed by an array of technical elements that highlight a meaningful story.

sweet - Deborah Klugman - Stage Raw - ...read full review


“Las Mujeres” never holds back its passion, fire and commitment. It is a moving parable of motherly love, imperfect but enduring.

sweet - F. Kathleen Foley - LA Times - ...read full review