Was seen on our stage in:

Virile Continent de A. Acobino

Angel Torres is delighted to “finally” appear in a production at Teatro de la Luna.  He was last seen at GALA Hispanic Theatre as “The Devil” in Yerma, directed by Hugo Medrano.  At GALA he has also appeared in The Passionflower (Esteban), Doña Rosita la Soltera (Don Fermín), Bonfires at Dawn (Pedro Las Casas), Voces Andinas: The Soul of the Highlands (ensemble), Pavlov: the dog and the Bell (Armando de la Noche), and Voces del Exilio (ensemble).  He provided simultaneous interpretation for Airplanes (also at GALA).  Other local credits include A View from the Bridge (Marco) at Source Theatre, Saint Joan (Robert de Bradicourt) and Life of Galileo (Cardinal Inquisitor) both at Washington Shakespeare Company.  In addition, he has appeared at Scena Theatre and Arena Stage (Playquest Series).  In Puerto Rico acting credits include Escuadra Hacia la Muerte, En el Principio la Noche era Serena, Samuel Beckett’s Act Without Words, No Exit, Lady Windermere’s Fan, and La Resentida.  Angel is a member of the CONAR theater company (Compañía de las Artes de la Representación), based in San Juan.  Also a playwright, three of his plays, Matilde, Epoca de Celo, and Resurrecciones, were produced at the 1989, 1991, and 2002 Puerto Rican Theatre Festivals (respectively), sponsored by the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture.  His plays Cautivar las Fieras and Festín Para los Necios were presented at the 1980 and 1997 Avant-Guarde Theatre Festivals of the Ateneo Puertorriqueño (respectively).  Other produced works include Arabesco (1992), Tierras Caídas (1988), and the children’s musical Habitantes de la Casa Embrujada (1978).  Another children’s musical comedy, Yagrumín el Bravo, was included in an Anthology of Puerto Rican Theatre for Children, edited by Dr. Rosalina Perales, which was recently published by the Editorial of the University of Puerto Rico.