This undated photo released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows, from left, Teddy Canez, Xochitl Romero, Carmen Zilles and Alfredo Narcisco, in “Chimichangas and Zoloft,” performing off-Broadway at Atlantic Theater Company’s Stage 2 in New York. (AP Photo/Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Ahron Foster)
NEW YORK (AP) — There are times when a teenage girl needs the advice of a savvy woman instead of her well-intentioned, single-parent father. This is the predicament of Penelope Lopez, a teenager with a very big problem, in the world premiere of Fernanda Coppel’s fresh, zingy new play, “Chimichangas and Zoloft”, which opened Sunday night off-Broadway at Atlantic Theater Company’s Stage 2.
Sixteen-year-old Penelope, portrayed with sweet, sassy naivete by Xochitl Romero, depends for maternal advice on Sonia, the mother of her best Login to read more