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 “Uno Más y La Cuenta” is a show where Happiness does not require a reservation. Starring Rebeca Aleman, Angélica Atondo, and Marta Medina.   Written by Iraida Tapias, Rebeca Alemán, and Oscar Perdomo Marín  Directed by Iraida Tapias “Water People Theater,” winner of two New York ACE awards, presents in Chicago the successful comedy about happiness “Uno Mas y La Cuenta,” in its eighth season, that has been attended by a crowd of more than 5,000.  “Uno Mas y La Cuenta” is a show about happiness, through a text full of different point of views, live music, and gorgeous humor that guides the audience to the important decision of being happy.  In this season Rebeca Alemán will share the stage with Angélica Atondo of Mexico and Marta Medina of Colombia, both recognized journalists and very popular throughout the Hispanic community.  Three woman that take on the challenge of bringing out happiness, reflection, and hope in the audience.  For Water People Theatre it is a priority that their theatre works have a positive influence on the vulnerable communities.  In this occasion they will donate a portion of the ticket sales to the Research Department of the University of Loyola Chicago for cancer research.  For happiness…. ¡UNO MAS Y LA CUENTA
       
     
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 “Uno Más y La Cuenta” is a show where Happiness does not require a reservation. Starring Rebeca Aleman, Angélica Atondo, and Marta Medina.   Written by Iraida Tapias, Rebeca Alemán, and Oscar Perdomo Marín  Directed by Iraida Tapias “Water People Theater,” winner of two New York ACE awards, presents in Chicago the successful comedy about happiness “Uno Mas y La Cuenta,” in its eighth season, that has been attended by a crowd of more than 5,000.  “Uno Mas y La Cuenta” is a show about happiness, through a text full of different point of views, live music, and gorgeous humor that guides the audience to the important decision of being happy.  In this season Rebeca Alemán will share the stage with Angélica Atondo of Mexico and Marta Medina of Colombia, both recognized journalists and very popular throughout the Hispanic community.  Three woman that take on the challenge of bringing out happiness, reflection, and hope in the audience.  For Water People Theatre it is a priority that their theatre works have a positive influence on the vulnerable communities.  In this occasion they will donate a portion of the ticket sales to the Research Department of the University of Loyola Chicago for cancer research.  For happiness…. ¡UNO MAS Y LA CUENTA
       
     

“Uno Más y La Cuenta” is a show where Happiness does not require a reservation. Starring Rebeca Aleman, Angélica Atondo, and Marta Medina. 

Written by Iraida Tapias, Rebeca Alemán, and Oscar Perdomo Marín
Directed by Iraida Tapias
“Water People Theater,” winner of two New York ACE awards, presents in Chicago the successful comedy about happiness “Uno Mas y La Cuenta,” in its eighth season, that has been attended by a crowd of more than 5,000.

“Uno Mas y La Cuenta” is a show about happiness, through a text full of different point of views, live music, and gorgeous humor that guides the audience to the important decision of being happy.  In this season Rebeca Alemán will share the stage with Angélica Atondo of Mexico and Marta Medina of Colombia, both recognized journalists and very popular throughout the Hispanic community.  Three woman that take on the challenge of bringing out happiness, reflection, and hope in the audience.  For Water People Theatre it is a priority that their theatre works have a positive influence on the vulnerable communities.  In this occasion they will donate a portion of the ticket sales to the Research Department of the University of Loyola Chicago for cancer research.  For happiness…. ¡UNO MAS Y LA CUENTA

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