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Posted: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 12:10 PM


Brother and sister, separated at birth, grow up apart - Felix is brought up by his mother to speak softly, fear thunder and stitch, while Hipolita grows up with her father in a war zone, learning to wield a sword. When they are thrown together when their parents reunite, they are shocked by each other's ways. The comedy begins as Felix teaches his sister how to wear high heels and Hipolita shows him how to use a weapon. Through the power of love, Felix for Leonor and Hipolita for Don Luis, the siblings begin to drift into more conventional gender roles. Hipolita finds her manly determination slipping away into demure and self-questioning ways, and Felix learns to stand up for himself and fight for the woman he loves. Both brother and sister overcome ‘the force of habit’ of the way they were raised and adopt traditional social roles, but their journey to love and social acceptance is highly unconventional.


Thursday, February 21 at 6pm

Gonzaga's Magnuson Theatre
Tickets $25 in Honor of Our Place's 25 Years of Service
Includes reception with appetizers, wine & silent auction

For tickets, please call or stop by Our Place, 1509 W. College, 509-326-7267

502 East Boone Avenue, 99202    google map | yahoo map

• Location: Gonzaga University's Magnuson Theatre, Spokane

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