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Cartels, Chaos and Canoodling in ‘Bad Hombre/Good Wives’ at San Diego Rep

Take one part Shakespeare, 3 parts Molière, a soupçon of Oscar Wilde. Toss in a sprinkling of banda music, macha feminisma, narco-traficantes and telenovelas. And what do you get? Herbert Siguenza’s latest concoction: a tasty new Spanglish treat:  the world premiere, “Bad Hombres/Good Wives.” As in “The School for Wives” (Molière), an older man has […]