DON’T CRY FOR ME by Paulino Brener
A tall Argentine leaves his mother land to come to the U.S. and discovers that changing the language you speak might change who you are. Don’t Cry For Me uses satire, movement, and storytelling to explore connections between language and identity. Performed by Paulino Brener. Directed by Dario Tangelson.
Don’t Cry For Me was created as part of the Naked Stages program. A multi-layered program designed to empower artists to be their most bold and creative and to challenge artists and audiences alike to push past their previous boundaries. Nakes Stages is a 7 to 9 month development program that provides four distinctive artists the time and money to bring their visions to life on stage. This program is funded by the Jerome Foundation and it takes place at Pillsbury House Theater.
What people said about Don’t Cry For Me:
Dear Paulino, I want to express my deep gratitude and admiration for your Naked Stages performance piece. I learned so much about you. I loved the different characters and you embodied each one with so much skill and commitment. Your mom was especially touching. Dr. Knowles was hilarious, yes! Anyways I just wanted to let you know how much your artistry was appreciated. You killed it! Much love and respect!
Paulino, This piece demonstrates much more range and depth of your performing skills.
Great work Paulino! Loved it!
Congratulations on a fabulous show!
The performance was excellent and thought-provoking.
You’re so totally endearing and committed on stage, it’s always great to see you perform.
~Jennifer Hupfer Ilse
You were awesome tonight, I was very impressed…