After living in Miami for 10 years and being able to share in such a wild mix of nationalities coexisting in this city, you start comparing them. And you also begin to understand how Latinos try to adapt to this country: the rules, the taxes, the language barrier, the ways, the loneliness effect, even the credit. In short, the adaptation of our Latino culture to this new world.
“Tipico, it is the celebration of who we are, where we come from and why we behave the way we do… We are not better, nor worse, just different, with a small addition: we have the ability to laugh at ourselves, that is why we are a little happier than the rest,” says George Harris.
This show is performed in Spanish
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
Expected Run Time is 165 minutes