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InViolet: There are still a few more performances where folks can see you in Five Sessions at Julia De Burgos Theater in NYC. Sounds like shows have been getting great, enthusiastic audiences. How has the process been for you?
Juan: For those looking to support Latinx new works, here is a good opportunity to experience exactly that, through the eyes of a Latinx playwright, a Latinx director and a Latinx lead with a dynamic play like Five Sessions .
Five Sessions by Jaime Estada , Directed by Eddie Torres has been an inspiring experience that has pushed me as an actor. This is a story of a Puerto Rican Superintendent who manages buildings on both The Upper East Side and The Upper West Side who after his repeated failed attempts of suicide has been forced to go to 5 therapy sessions with a newly graduated white therapist. The pressures on the working class while trying to maintain their sanity can push anyone to the edge. Here you get to see how that can happen.
“We are both humans but we are situated differently….How are we supposed to feel when we are surrounded, angry or depressed?” -Superintendent.
Jaime has written a character that I like to call “The Truth Teller.” There is usually one in all plays where they are the person who tells “the truth” whether you want to hear it or not. But being a truth teller comes at the price of being ostracized. Will this middle aged Puerto Rican Superintendent choose to focus on exposing the truths of our society that have caused him to be angry or choose to focus on exposing the truths of his deep hurt since a young child?
This is the kind of role that can push an actor to go through an epic roller coaster ride like Willy Loman (Death of a Salesman) , King Lear (King Lear) , Troy Maxson (Fences) , and Henry Reyna (Zoot Suit) .
This is our final weekend of performances Friday March 24th at 7:30 pm, Saturday March 25th at 7:30 pm and closing will be March 26th at 3 pm. It’s a 95 min play with no intermission.
InViolet: You will next be heading back upstate to Rochester, NY to perform at Geva Theater in Other Than Honorable by Jamie Pachino , Directed by Kimberly Senior . What can you tell us about the play?
Juan: With her husband deployed to an unknown location, lawyer Grace Rattigan, a former Army officer who resigned her commission under sealed terms, must make life-altering decisions on her own. When she reluctantly takes on a military sexual assault case, it re-opens old wounds and forces her to confront her past, along with the real meaning of the military’s codes of honor, courage and loyalty. A new drama by award-winning playwright and screenwriter Jamie Pachino , writer of NBC’s “Chicago PD.”
I get to play a LAWYER! I am excited due to the rarity of a Latinx actor getting the opportunity to play a role that is not reduced to a drug dealer rapist, crooked cop, restaurant cook or prostitute. I get to play “Hector Nunez”, a smart, ambitious, military lawyer who has been treated well by the army and plays by the rules.
I have known Director Kimberly Senior for 15 years from back in Chicago, but his will be our first opportunity to work together. Kimberly’s profile has been elevated since directing Disgraced by Pulitzer Prize Winner Ayad Ahktar on Broadway. But to me she is still Kimberly who has worked at small storefronts all over Chicago. It’s been a joy to be in this industry long enough to witness colleagues’ careers soar.
I went to Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY so I’ve had plenty of experience of visiting Rochester, NY. My good friends Arin Sullivan and Andrea Taylor both worked at Geva Theater for years, which is why I was able to experience numerous plays there. It will be good to revisit upstate NY after it became a safe haven for me in the 7 years I lived there.
In lieu of the recent election, this play has become a priority to highlight the misogyny culture not only in the military but also in this country.
InViolet: You are one of 6 playwrights chosen to be part of The Brooklyn Generator’s Season 5 . This June you will close their season by writing a brand new play in less-than-30-days. Any idea what you might tackle? Have you ever completed a draft that quickly?
Juan: Since the election, my virtues have simply become clearer for me in my role as an artist. In 2009, I had performed in a play that explored the history of immigration in the USA called America Amerique by the late John Adams , Directed by Alex Levy , It toured all over the country, but focused on rural areas that wouldn’t normally be exposed to these kinds of stories. It was then that I had a sobering view of how the country outside of liberal cites like NYC and Chicago actually was. There was a sense of patriotism and normalcy in those areas that made me aware how split our country was. I only share that for perspective on how the recent election made me very sad despite me not being surprised by the result. But it seemed to wake up the rest of the country. So now what is my role in all of this as an artist? Do I create a zany comedy to take everyone’s mind off of things since the world seems so dire right now? Do I explore a play that is from the point of view of those in support of our current president? Or do I simply speak from my truth as a descendant of Colombians to highlight the atrocities of the history of violence while exposing my contribution to those atrocities as an American? Regardless on what I choose, all I know is that no matter how brutal our fellow humans have been, it is my duty to also highlight the power of compassion. Compassion can be just as dramatic as conflict.

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