The “hyper-realistic” and very racy theater performance “A 2.50 la Cuba Libre,” featuring five scantily clad ladies, is heating things up in Cali from November 17 through 29.
Originally created by Ibrahim Guerra, later adapted by Pepe Sanchez and directed by Luis Fernandez and Alejandra Borrero, the performance piece invites viewers to enter into the world of “the country’s most visited brothel.”
The five star actresses of the show create a world of lust; filled with high heels, red lights, and plenty of skin, where over drinks they tell their deepest anguishes, miseries, frustrations, and desires.
“You witness the beautiful woman besieged by all, that secretly dream of finding Prince Charming to save her from her misery, she who can’t decide between money and the easy life, she who suffers through abandonment half way through her pregnancy, the arrogant and ambitious businesswoman who negotiates with the body of others, and the depressed damsel, who in the midst of her crisis, feels that her life is just a slow-tempo song,” the directors explained.
The wild women of the night will can be seen live in the flesh at the Cali bar Titirifue, and the show starts at 8PM. General admission tickets are available for $31 dollars, and VIP up-close-and-personal for $42.