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"The First Lady" written by the Mexican playwright Willebaldo López is a farce that reflects the absurd reality of the politics that surrounds us worldwide. This work, in a grotesque way and at the same time very close to the truth, shows the scope of corruption in which the political layers and the type of ambitious individuals that make up the political posts move. The public, through laughter, can see reflected the reality of the town. Likewise, the eccentric personality of a political leader and the opulence and ambition of his first lady are caricatured, who try to reform the laws for their convenience, regardless of the welfare of the people.

The work has the performances of Juan Aquino, Lucía Peralta, Geraldo Canales, Marco Morales, Brenda Gutiérrez and Carolina López.

The original music is by the masters Gerardo Fernández and Isidro Jiménez. The set design is by Bridget Wylie. The stage direction is in charge of Verónica Meza.

"The First Lady" will premiere on Friday, May 24 at 8:00 p.m., followed by more performances on Saturdays, May 25, Sunday, May 26, at a matinee at 2:00 p.m; Friday, May 31 and Saturday, 1st. of June.

Tickets are on sale at the Teatro Nahual site: https://www.teatronahual.org. You can also buy them at the theater door or book your tickets at (650) 793-0783.
"The First Lady" written by the Mexican playwright Willebaldo López is a farce that reflects the absurd reality of the politics that surrounds us worldwide. This work, in a grotesque way and at the same time very close to the truth, shows the scope of corruption in which the poli...
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