Canada’s theater played the Cuban way

Canada’s theater played the Cuban way

Theatre & Performing Arts

Charly Morales Valido

Canadian theater director Jennifer Capraru is getting everything ready to premiere in Cuba the polemic play “See you”, about the interaction of people in social networks.


The text of Guillaume Corbeilwill be staged for the first time in Spanish thanks to LudiTeatro from February 24th, every weekend in March and April, at the headquarters of that Cuban company.

Capraru said that “See you” criticizes how people make their private lives public on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and other, neglecting in the process essential values at this time of great interconnection.

The play invites to answer several questions and in particular if we project reality in social networks.Capraru, artistic director of Theater Asylum in Canada, debuted in Cuba back in 2015 with the tragicomedy “The sisters -in- law”.