This feature-length adaptation of the acclaimed one-man-show written and performed by Herbert Siguenza will be available from February 15 to March 15!
Presented by New Village Arts and filmed and produced by San Diego Repertory Theatre.
Picasso was the first rock-star artist—a ferocious pacifist, obsessive art maker, flamboyantly opinionated philosopher, and self-proclaimed clown—who relished his passionate views about love, death, war, beauty, eternity, and creativity. Herbert Siguenza creates a joyful and mesmerizing portrait of the maestro as he dances, sculpts, shares secrets, clowns, draws, and impersonates a matador while extensively quoting the father of modern art. With a skill that will amaze you, the actor draws and paints in real time during his performance! Go back to 1957 and spend three days with a genius inside his private studio on the southern coast of France for a weekend you will never forget. Having wowed audiences in San Diego, Los Angeles, the Bay Area, Houston, Denver, and more, Siguenza’s one-man tour-de-force returns for a limited time on film, stronger than a bull in a china shop!