It's 1983, and the Iglesia family is caught between two worlds. Aging and ailing, parents Ramón and Dolores are eager to leave their rickety house in New Jersey and return to their native Puerto Rico – but their three sons, all raised in America, are deeply divided on whether or not to go. Tough, genuine, and insightful, The House of Ramón Iglesia asks just as much as it answers. What do we owe our parents, and our children? What do we mean when we say "country," or "family," or "home?" As they struggle through gaps of language, age, and culture, will the Iglesia family find common ground? Or are their rifts too wide to heal?
The House of Ramón Iglesia is performed in English and Spanish. All performances feature captioning. The 8 PM performance on April 28 and the 3 PM performance on April 29 will be audio described, with pre-show description beginning half an hour before the performance.
Content Advisory: The House of Ramón Iglesia contains some adult content and may not be suitable for all audiences.
Covid Safety Note: Audience members are required to wear masks in the theater for this event.