35th International Hispanic Theatre Fest: Papá está en la AtlántidaConcerts & Performances
Papá está en la Atlántida is the story of orphanhood and the mutual loyalty of two brothers who set out on a journey to find their father in the United States. Written by Javier Malpica & directed by Esteban Castellanos.
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