Monday, September 13, 2010

The M.A.C.H.O hombre

Last weekend I attended a one-man show party of the Philly fringe. I must say it really made me think a lot about life as a Latino in the U.S. It sure was different though. Armando Batista portrayed different characters either in himself or someone else throughout the show. What exactly was the moral of the story? From what I took from the show, it essentially meant no matter what happens in life, you should be happy with what you have.

The show called "M.A.C.H.O" was meant for audience interaction and what you thought M.A.C.H.O meant. What does the "M" mean? What does the "C" mean? Armando took you through a journey of dreams, love, religion and then some. Throughout your entire life you wear different masks for different people. But to be honest, in the end you have to be yourself and what you believe in. If you didn't get a chance to see his show there will be other chances. Stay tuned for more details.
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