By Rose E. Cano | Directed by David Quicksall
Based on the 16th-century literary classic, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza are alive in modern-day Seattle. This humorous adaptation of Don Quixote depicts the friendship of two homeless Latinos who meet in the ER. Together they face the perils of chronic alcoholism and mental illness head-on as they navigate the winding streets, shelters, and the health care system.
Take a video tour of the inspiration for this play with a documentary produced by the Seattle Channel: "Dialogues on Dignity with eSe Teatro."
Photo by Stephanie Mallard Couch
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