El Buen Canario to show in Mexico City

23 Oct

Associated Press reports: Diego Luna will star with Bruno Bichir in a Spanish version of Zach Helm‘s play The Good Canary. John Malkovich – not a speaker of Spanish – will direct the production in Mexico City, having completed a successful run in French – not a French speaker either – in Paris. El Buen Canario premiers 26 November for a 10-week run at Teatro Insurgentes. Read more.

6 Responses to “El Buen Canario to show in Mexico City”

  1. Maureen Justiniano 20 November 2008 at 355 PM #

    Hola
    Que Malkovich no habla espanol?
    Pues siento decirte que si. Soy de Puerto Rico, soy bilingue, pero cuando hablo con el lo hago en Spanish. John es un ser sin barreras de ningun tipo, y le encanta la literatura Hispana. Conoce mas de nuestros autores que mucha gente que yo conozco.
    Lee El Pais y canta boleros para tu informacion.
    No puedo esperar ver la nueva pelicula!

  2. jess 20 November 2008 at 415 PM #

    Yo no hablo espanol… either.

    Maybe he does speak Spanish then. Maybe Diego Luna was just kidding and I didn’t pick up on it.

  3. Yomera Myself 13 December 2008 at 721 PM #

    John Malkovich DOES speak French. He’s completely fluent in that language!

    John Malkovich SI habla francés!

  4. jess 13 December 2008 at 950 PM #

    okay, i’ve fixed my post. and now i wish i was trilingual too. =(

  5. antonio anaya 12 January 2009 at 1044 PM #

    No he visto la obra aun , ya no alcance boletos.
    pero hevisto los videos en youtube y me han hablado mucho de ella , especialmente de la proyeccion. Alguien sabe como resolvieron technicamente este asunto?

  6. S Maitland 20 July 2009 at 824 AM #

    Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the English version of the play The Good Canary? I have the Spanish version, but can’t seem to get a hold of an English one anywhere. If anyone can give me any pointers, that would be amazing!

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