top of page

The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha


by Little Soldier productions.

80 min in English
16+ (includes mild nudity and occasional strong language)

Thursday, June 7th at 9pm
Friday, 8th at 9pm
Saturday, 9th at 9pm

All performances are at Stage 773
(1225 W. Belmont Ave.)

The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha

Technically brilliant and jaw-droppingly entertaining.’


The three players put the audience in fits of laughter.


A perfect blend of chaos and control.


Hilariously dirty adaptation.


Hilariously dirty adaptation.Two feisty senoritas and a downtrodden Englishman embark on a journey through Spain, taking on one of the most accomplished works of fiction ever written; Don Quixote. Accompanied only by an otherworldly guitarist whose presence there makes no sense whatsoever, they will lead you to joy, pain and ultimate wisdom. A madcap rendition concluding with a common sentiment: “These guys did not read the book”.

About Little Soldier Productions: With a three-quarters Spanish, three-quarters female and a token English Bloke, Little Soldier sets of to re-enact one of the most influential works of world literature. Their mammoth task would be easier if any of the following were true: they’d read the book, had enough actors or heeded the warnings of Terry Gilliam. This critically acclaimed production continues to have the company’s trademarks: combination of languages, live music and physical comedy. In this occasion, they present a truly engaging and hilarious show that has been charming audiences across the UK and abroad.

Workshop Offering

Comedy and Clowning 
Taught by Little Soldier Productions (Spain/UK)

Friday June 8

10am to 1pm

For more information on Physical Festival workshops, click here.


"A perfect blend

of chaos and control. 



"Hilariously dirty adaptation."


"The three players put the audience in fits of laughter. "

The Stage Award for Acting Excellence 2014 Edinburgh Festival Picked as one of the best shows of 2014 (The Stage) Featured in Lyn Gardner ‘Edinburgh festival 2014: the shows you can’t live without’

bottom of page