Aging Cervantes professor Jose Quijano isn’t going down without a fight. When his family tries to move him to an assisted living facility, Jose escapes on his valiant tricycle steed in search of his long-lost love. Reality and fantasy blur in the Texas desert, as Jose dubs himself Don Quixote and embarks on a fantastic, death-defying journey to discover the truth of his past. Underscored by vibrant Tejano music, Quixote Nuevo is a humorous and heartfelt quest towards becoming the hero of your own story.
Written by Octavio Solis. Directed by Lisa Portes.
Accessibility: English open captioned performance on 2/1 (evening); Spanish open captioned performances on 2/3 and 2/11 (matinees); ASL interpreted and audio described performance on 2/10 (matinee).
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