WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Chile, 1987. A group of young left-wing activists gather in a drab living room to receive paramilitary instruction aimed at overthrowing the military dictatorship. Wearing ski masks to conceal their identity from each other, they teach their respective skills: using a gun, political theory, clandestine organizational methods. With subtle humor and penetrating insight, Escuela illustrates the struggle and yearning of a lost generation prepared to use any means necessary to achieve justice and freedom.
A Production of The Public Theater's 2016 Under the Radar Festival.