Costa Rica Entertainment News – Each country has its urban legends. Costa Rica has “La Segua,” the true embodiment of all fear.
Alberto Cañas was the original writer of what became a play set in 1967, in a small town full of devout Catholics.
Rumors fly and under the adorned speech there is pure terror of what might come to pass.
The work focuses on an occult culture that wears two masks. The University Theater reinterpreted the work to premiere at the Festival of Central American University Theatres.
Its lead performer snapped an ankle just a week before the festival and had to be replaced.
The show was a hit nonetheless and the public was terrified at the statement, “All women are the Segua.”
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