Fish Men

Author(s): Cándido Tirado
On a hot summer day in Washington Square Park, New York, a group of chess hustlers hope to hustle other players. Rey Reyes, a young professional agrees to their challenge. But as the chess game progresses, the circumstances of the characters are revealed, revealing their inner torments. An elderly chess player is revealed to be a Holocaust survivior.
Cast Size:8M

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Original or Prominent Production:
Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 2012
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
Production Rights Holder:

Cándido Tirado

Experience(s) Chronicled: Survivors and Subsequent Generations

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