Ensconced in the Tivoli Theatre in Columbia Heights, Teatro GALA stages Spanish-language classics such as Calderón de la Barca’s La Dama Duende and García Lorca’s Blood Wedding, plus modern plays by writers such as Venezuela’s Gustavo Ott (Evangélicas, Divorciadas y Vegetarianas) and the occasional Latin-flavored musical—at the time of writing the Helen Hayes Awards-recommended DC-7: The Roberto Clemente Story was playing. Performances are generally in Spanish with a supertitled translation.
|Venue name:||GALA Hispanic Theatre|
3333 14th Street, NW
Between Park & Monroe Streets, Columbia Heights
|Transport:||Columbia Heights Metro|