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Saulo Garcia en “La Vida en Los Esclavos Unidos.”

I just read that Saulo García will have his final performances at Repertorio Espanol for “Los Esclavos Unidos,” Saturday, September 15th, 2012 at 8pm and Sunday the 16th at 2:30pmLast week, I went to see Saulo Garcia’s comedic one man show “La Vida en Los Esclavos Unidos,” at Repertorio Espanol. Saulo’s authentic Medellin/Colombian  accent made it even more hilarious and entertaining. I was laughing from beginning to end. If you come from an immigrant family, you will certainly identify with most of the topics covered in the show. In Repertorio’s words:

“With outstanding humor, “La vida en los Esclavos Unidos” (Life in the United Slaves’) touches on themes such as the financial crisis, healthcare in the U.S.A., immigrants’ jobs and the lifelong trauma left after the interview for a visa at the U.S. Embassy. The production uses modern video projections to bridge the different episodes and themes.”

For more information, I’ve included some links below:

Saulo Garcia’s website (Includes dates for shows in other cities):

http://saulogarcia.com

The Repertorio Espanol link:

http://www.repertorio.org/productions/index.php?area=ind&id=123

A video clip for a previous promo in Miami:

http://saulogarcia.net/humor/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrapper&Itemid=91

I hope some of you get out to see it and leave a comment below! Thanks.

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