THEATER: Divas in Danger | San Miguel Playhouse - January 13, 2019

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Event Category: Theatrical EventsEvent Tags: actor, community, plays, and San Miguel Theater Company

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    Divas in Danger

    Thur-Sat, Jan. 10-12, 7pm
    Sun, Jan 13, 3pm

    San Miguel Playhouse

    Tickets available online at

    Solutions,  Recreo #11 and one hour before performance at Playhouse

    $250 MXN advance or $300 MXN at the door

    Open seating
    Click Here for a Promotional Video

    Divas in Danger 

    Three true tales of Escape, Betrayal and Budget Plastic Surgery

    On January 10th through the 13th the San Miguel Playhouse plays host to a trio of amazing storytellers. The title of their show, Divas in Danger, is however, somewhat misleading.  The danger is real but the three actress/authors that perform Divas could never be described as such.  Each of them has a tale to tell and the gritty and candid portrayal of their unlikely personal histories has been described as “mesmerizing”,  Washington Post  and bothharrowing and hilarious” Grunion Gazette.

    The spirited and comedic actress/author Debra Ehrhardt knows “Jamaica Farewell” is more than a song. With the unwitting help of a CIA Agent, she risked her life escaping her home in Jamaica to fulfill her dream of becoming an American during a violent revolution. The Washington Post says, “Debra Ehrhardt possesses a rare ability to mesmerize.”

    Brenda Adelman’s true tale (taken from her one-person show, “My Brooklyn Hamlet) is equally compelling.  Her father shot and killed her mother when she was a child and then almost immediately married her mother’s sister.   Her life lesson was to forgive the unforgiveable.  San Diego Examiner writes,  “Brenda, her family and the audience become a life’s lesson in forgiveness, love and acceptance.”

    On a lighter, although equally shocking note, author/storyteller Mariana Williams delivers comic relief with her bizarre account of life as one of the “other 99%.”  Lamenting, “It sucks to be vain and poor,” she describes undergoing budget plastic surgery—with a doctor practicing out of his suburban home in Park City, Utah.

    The Grunion Gazette writes, “This talented trio relates personal tales that skillfully manage to be both harrowing and hilarious, sometimes simultaneously. The full house responded enthusiastically to ‘Divas in Danger’ and it’s  well worth checking out…Williams has a winning, personable storytelling style for sure!”

    Divas in Danger, will be performed at the San Miguel Playhouse, Avenida Independencia #82, on Jan.10-12 at 7:00 pm and Jan. 13 at 3:00 pm. Tickets are  $250MXN (advance) and $300MXN at the door.  They can be purchased online at, at Solutions, Recreo #11 and at the door one hour before show time for the day of the show.  The show is reserved seating, and the Playhouse provides a taxi concierge and free secured parking.


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