Repertorio Español is one of New York City’s most successful Off-Broadway theaters. Founded by New York Cubans in 1968, it produces Spanish-language theatre from literary classics and some new stories, with occasional comedy and flamenco. Much of the theatre is presented with subtitle translations, so you English speakers can enjoy the productions too. In season, Repertorio often performs six days a week, with many daytime performances. In summer, it performs on weekends.
The black box theater with minimal staging is really a writer’s, director’s and actor’s theatre. Some of the performers are well-known actors.
It’s a great place to take your family, and learn about the classics of Hispanic culture.
Thank you Repertorio Español for sponsoring Latin theatre at New York Latin Culture Magazine.
As of November 12, 2023:
“El Quijote,” Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 🇪🇸
“El último personaje de Cecilia B.,” Giovanny Cruz 🇵🇷
“En el tiempo de las mariposas,” Julia Álvarez 🇩🇴
“Eva Luna,” Isabel Allende 🇨🇱
“La breve y maravillosa vida de Oscar Wao,” Junot Díaz 🇩🇴
“La casa de Bernarda Alba,” García Lorca 🇪🇸
“La dama boba,” Lope de Vega 🇪🇸
“La golondrina,” Guillem Clua 🇪🇸
“La gringa,” Carmen Rivera 🇵🇷
“Lo preciso,” Rafael Ramírez flamenco 🇪🇸
“Radojka,” Schmidt & Ibarzabal theatrical comedy 🇺🇾
“La Traición en la amistad” is a Spanish Golden Age play by María de Zayas y Sotomayor, directed by Ana Luz Zambrana. The story is about a love triangle where two women love the same man, and how women can be just as wicked as any man in the pursuit of love. repertorio.nyc 🇪🇸
La Breve y Maravillosa Vida de Oscar Wao, La Golondrina, Radojka at Repertorio Español in Kips Bay. Bite Me at WP Theater in the Upper West Side.
On-Sale Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Performances October 3-15, 2023
🇲🇽 🇩🇴 🇺🇾
A citywide festival of Latin drama, dance and music produced by the Alliance of Teatros Latinos NY.
Thalia Spanish Theater
March 1 – April 30, 2023
🇨🇺 🇩🇴 🇵🇷 🇪🇸
Saturday, November 12, 2022
Kips Bay, Manhattan
Repertorio Español Tickets
Repertorio Español (Gramercy Arts Theater)
138 East 27th St
(between 3rd Avenue and Lexington)
Kips Bay, Manhattan
(4)(6) to 28th St
(N)(Q)(R)(W) to 23rd St