Dr. Gutierrez, a psychoanalyst, is summoned by the prosecutor’s office to interrogate a twenty two years old convict, Mauricio Sánchez, accused of a heinous crime. What Mauricio reveals during the interview will shock the doctor, taking the audience to an unexpected end.
ALFREDO HUERECA (Playwright, Director, Producer, Dr. Gutiérrez)
Alfredo Huereca, considered one of the best Latino actors in New York City, has received numerous Best Actor awards by the ACE-NY (New York Spanish Theater Critics Association) and HOLA (Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors). His New York City theater credits include: Cayendo con Victoriano, Muerte Súbita (Bridge Playhouse); Caprichos, La Cena (IATI); Mariela in the Dessert, Blood Wedding, Dominican Serenade, Mojiganga, La Cándida Eréndira, Life is a Dream (Repertorio Español); One Hour without TV (Puerto Rican Traveling Theater); Death of the Mind (HERE Arts Center); Venus of Lespegue (Tribeca Performing Arts Center), among others. His regional credits include: Chicago Boys (Goodman Theater); Kiss of the Spider Woman (Alliance Theater); Guadalupe in the Guestroom (Two River Theater); Birth and Afterbirth (Capitol City Playhouse); Magical Mystery Mall (Hyde Park Theater); Johnny on a Spot (Different Stages); Macbeth (Black Wolf Productions); The Learned Ladies, West Side Story, Yerma (University of Texas). He also produced the world premiere of SOLO and Cadena Perpetua (Bridge Playhouse). His international credits include: The Knight of Olmedo, Candide, The Miracle worker, The Pushcart Peddlers, Yerma, El Dandy del Hotel Savoy (Mexico). among others.
Alfredo’s most recent TV and film credits include the film Millie and the Lords, the soap operas Cosita Linda and Voltea pa que te Enamores, and the TV action series Ruta 35. He also brings Grand Theft Auto V character Martin Madrazo to life.
MOISES GONZALEZ (Co-producer, Mauricio Sánchez)
Moises Gonzalez’ acting career began in Venezuela, studying with the renown “Rajatabla” theater company. His stage productions include Romeo and Juliet at the National Theater, Clap! The Musical at Teatro de Chacao, Pantalones al Revés, at Teatro Rajatabla, El Peligroso Encanto de la Ociosidad, at Teatro Cabrujas, among others. His film credits include Esclavo de Dios and Ceguera al Vapor.
On television, Moises has performed in El Desprecio, Aunque Mal Paguen, Los Secretos de Lucía, Soy para Ti, La Banda, Las Bandidas and Virgen de la Calle. His most recent production is Nickelodeon’s Tony la Chef.
Moises also starred and co-produced the world premiere of SOLO, a Bridge Playhouse production.