September 19 – October 13, 2019
By Octavio Solis
Directed by KJ Sanchez
A reimagining of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes
Quixote Nuevo is produced in association with Huntington Theatre Company and Alley Theatre.
Quixote Nuevo is set in the fictional modern-day border town of La Plancha, Texas, where Don Quixote loses himself in stories of chivalrous escapades and embarks upon a quest of imagination, adventure, and Tejano music. Along the way he recruits a hapless but trusty sidekick in his search for lost love. As the community wrestles with containing Quixote’s fantasies, he, his family and friends discover the joys and perils of being the hero of your own story.
Approximate Running Time
2 hours and 30 minutes with one 15-minute intermission
Days with a matinee and evening show
$25 | $45 | $65 | $80 | $95
All Regular Season Student Seats $20.
Includes all fees. Prices subject to change without notice.
- September 19-25: Previews (what’s this?)
- September 27: Opening Night
- October 6, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm: Open Captioned Performance (what’s this?)
- October 12, 2:00 pm: Audio Described Performance (what’s this?)
Previews are the first week of a show. The director may still be making adjustments to the performance.
Open Captioned Performances
For patrons who are deaf or have hearing loss. FREE with admission.
Audio Described Performances
For patrons who are blind or have low vision. FREE with admission.
- As applicable
HPL @ Hartford Stage
Hartford Public Library and Hartford Stage invite you to dig deeper into the world of the plays onstage. Use your Connecticut town library card to check out a book from the HPL @ Hartford Stage library kiosk located in the lower lobby of the theatre near Guest Services.
A Little Harmless Fun: Playwright Octavio Solis Discusses Quixote Nuevo (Mark Twain House)
September 23, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Veteran arts writer Frank Rizzo talks with Quixote Nuevo playwright Octavio Solis about his work. Solis will also read excerpts from Retablos: Stories of a Life Lived Along the Border, a memoir of his life growing up in El Paso, Texas, which will be available for sale and signing after the discussion. Mark Twain House and Museum, 351 Farmington Avenue, Hartford. Tickets: $10 »
October 1, 2 and 8
Join members of the cast and our Artistic staff for a free discussion, immediately following select 7:30 pm performances on Tuesday or 2:00 pm Wednesday matinees. FREE
Sunday Afternoon Discussion
Speaker TBD. Immediately following the 2:00 pm Matinee. FREE.
Sancho Panza/ Manny Dias
Juan Manuel Amador
Hugo E. Carbajal
Gianna DiGregorio Rivera
Bruno/Young Quijano/Yard Sale Guy/Calaca
Composer & Sound Designer
David R. Molina
Vocal & Dialect Coach
Assistant Stage Manager