Six characters operate in a small area, offering us a glimpse into their lives where confusion is larger than any explanations or answers.
Narrated by the youngest of the actors, the story of Mujeres Sonaron Caballos is quite simple: three brothers and their partners attend a family dinner that is never consummated. The characters are living objects of observation, laboratory rats studied by other subjects of similar habits: humans and spectators. The six individuals are together in an austere room, where small miseries are intertwined in the dialogue and the tension in the atmosphere suggests a tragic end.
Please note this is a free event. Reserved tickets must be picked up by 7:30pm on the evening of the event or they will be released to the general public.
Part of the Viva Mexico Festival Los Angeles.