Juan Bobo: To Be or Not To Be

Posted: March 20, 2013 in Recent Posts
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Juan Bobo:

To Be or Not To Be

PONCE, PR – Juan Bobo is not satisfied with Hollywood stardom.

Critics and movie studios agree he is more popular than Will Smith, but this is not enough for Bobo.

Time & Juan Bobo

On March 22, 2013, Bobo will appear in the Ponce Repertory Theatre production of Hamlet.

Preview performances are all sold out, and critics are hailing it as “the greatest Hamlet in theatre history…more powerful than Laurence Olivier.”

Hamlet & Juan Bobo

We always knew that Juan Bobo is a world class actor. He is much too talented for politics, a better liar than all of them.

The Chronicles of Juan Bobo

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Comments
  1. Joe sanchez says:

    It’s been a while since Jose Ferrer and Raul Julia made sure that the Hollywood Moguls took notice in Latino actors’ talent, not just in film but on stage. It’s Brownout as far as I’m concerned when it comes to Hollywood giving Latinos major roles. Benicio del Toro is trying his best, but he mostly plays second banana and bad guys. I can just see Juan Bobo’s face playing the main character in Nelson Antonio Denis’ film “Vote For Me”, which is a comedy about a Puerto Rican super who runs for Congress. Yes, it seems uncanny, but I truly see Juan Bobo’s face as he plays the role of his life, and wins the Hollywood award for best actor. Let’s all support Nelson Antonio Denis in his many endeavors in getting support in distributing his film thoughout the world

  2. Bertrand Houseman says:

    I saw Juan Bobo in a West End production of Othello. His range and emotional depth were incredible. I wanted to jump onstage and throttle Desdemona — that was the level of sympathy and pathos that Juan Bobo was able to create!

    I doubt if Laurence Olivier, Richard Burton, or any of the Barrymores or Carridines could have matched Juan Bobo’s powerful and seamless artistry.

    I hope Juan Bobo brings ALL the great tragedies to New York. It’s time to see some real acting in this town.

  3. Margaret Hildebrand says:

    It was inevitable that Juan Bobo would tackle the Bard. Bravo Bobo!

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