HAVANA TIMES – The La Franja Theater Project recently concluded its performances of the play “The Man Who Wasn’t There”, a text belonging to the young Cuban playwright Liliam Ojeda. The show featured the artistic direction of Anaysy Gregory Gil.

Only faith in today, that today you can build in you, in me and in others, can show the history lived by seven characters.

The play, which appeared in the Cafe Bertolt Brecht cultural complex in Havana, managed to catch the attention of viewers for a little over an hour thanks to its marked contemporary accent, as well as for its well used codes of thriller and suspense.

Today we want to share some stills of the staging.

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  • The title of this post remind me of an old mind-bending poem, by I believe E.E. Cummings. It goes something like: “As I was traveling up the stair, I met a man who wasn’t there; He wasn’t there again today, Oh, how I wish he’d go away!” ha

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