The Last Emperor of Mexico
Directed by Mary Tuomanen
Written and performed by Chris Davis
A historical journey exploring the rise and fall of Maximilian I, the last Emperor of Mexico.
February 20 - 25 (Mon - Sat) @ 6:30pm
February 27 - March 4 (Mon - Sat) @ 6:30pm
March 5 - (Sun) @ 5pm
Maximilian I has recently been declared the Emperor of Mexico by Napoleon III. But his administration soon comes under attack by the revolutionary Benito Juarez. He is confronted with one of the greatest dilemmas an Emperor has ever faced; to shave his beard, or to die by firing squad.
Tickets $15 - (inludes a drink & a tamale)
Doors open 30 minutes before showtime! Come shop and eat before the show!
Seating is limited.
Los Amigos Butcher Shop
927 S. 9th Street (9th and Montrose)
"Saw this show last night & was, yes, engaged, on several levels. Get familiar w/Chris Davis. He's a keeper, Philly."
- Wendy Rosenfield, Broad St. Review
"When this engaging play ends, less than an hour after its 6:30pm start, Davis serves Los Amigoss treats (also available for purchase) and the little shop becomes a cozy party."
- Mark Cofta, Broad St. Review
"A Philadelphia writer and actor will perform a one-man play about the last emperor of Mexico, in a Mexican butcher shop."
- Peter Crimmins, Newsworks
More info? Visit REALCHRISDAVIS.COM
Los Amigos Buther Shop (View)
927 S. 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|