El Hijo de la Novia (The Bride's Son)

In El Hijo de la Novia (The Bride's Son), Rafael is at a crossroads. He can continue to keep the family business going in Buenos Aires and live his life based on the needs and expectations of others, or he can move to Mexico to raise horses and pursue his own dreams. Complicating matters are his mother, who has Alzheimer's; his father, who wants to renew his wedding vows with his wife even though she won't understand much of what's going on; and Rafael's much younger girlfriend, who isn't happy about his sudden need for alone time. 7 p.m. Institute for Hispanic Culture Houston, 3315 Sul Ross. For information, call 713-528-1492 or visit www.ihch.org. Free to $3.
Fri., June 26, 7 p.m., 2009
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Olivia Flores Alvarez