39 DEFAULTS is back at Casa Mezcal

Come to Liz’s apartment. Discover the secrets of your neighbor. He is a political activist, she has her own cause.

39 Defaults’ international premiere took place at Teatro Stage Fest last June 17, 2012 at the trendy Casa Mezcal. It played to a full house each show and is now returning, November 11th till December 2nd.

GET YOUR TICKET NOW! At http://39defaults.eventbrite.com/

The play shows this interaction in real time. It takes place in an authentic living room and in this intimate setting; there will be no border between the piece and the audience, who participate in the performance as the invited “voyeurs” of the evening.

This is a play about idealism and human interactions, about the contrast between ideas and daily necessities.

Ricard Neun is a Spanish social activist. He has defrauded 39 banks in Spain. He claims this is not a crime, but a general call for financial disobedience. He is travelling around America giving lectures about this “action”. In New York he gives a talk and meets Liz, who invites him to stay at her place.



November 11 till December 2nd

Sundays and Tuesdays at 7pm

  • Sunday November 11  at 7pm
  • Tuesday November 13 at 7pm
  • Sunday November 18  at 7pm
  • Tuesday November 20 at 7pm
  • Sunday November 25 at 7pm
  • Tuesday November 27 at 7pm
  • Tuesday December 2nd at 7pm


Casa Mezcal  www.casamezcalny.com

A: 86 Orchard Street, New York

T: (212) 777-2600

How much:

  • Regular Ticket:$15;
  • Students Ticket: $12;

Box office: http://39-defaults.eventbrite.com

Sponsor by Spain Culture New York-Consulate General of Spain


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