"A few things Sigfrido Aguilar and Jim Calder do in Sancho and Don appear to be simply impossible, and that is the point of it all. Don Quixote and his servant are the most transparent of subjects in their play, which is really about theatrical movement... It is a zippy hour of fun that gently mocks laws of physics and the faith we have in our own senses."
The New York Times/ Theater in Review/ "SANCHO & DON"
D. J. R. Bruckner / May 18, 1994

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