ensemble theatre · ya basta theater company · Ages 12+ · United States of America

world premiere
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ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 17, 2019
Powerful story told by powerful women! Thank you ... full review
SANTIAGO RUBIO certified reviewer June 16, 2019
Fue una obra que realmente te deja impresionado de como sufren las mujeres en el turno de la noche, te hace llorar y recordar tu pasado sanar las heridas y te ayuda a salir a delante y a decir YA BASTA!!... full review
YAMILEX RUSTRIAN certified reviewer June 17, 2019
The show was amazing! Eye opening to the realities of working in the night shift for Janitors, specially for immigrant women. The scenes and transitions were amazing, it made me feel like I was right in the moment of their actions through out the play. ... full review
SANDY MONROY certified reviewer June 17, 2019
1. The play was very powerful and real! 2. The actors did a fabulous job. 3. Janitors look extremely confident. 4. I came to watch the play a second time! It was great.... full review
ALBERTINA EQUIHUA certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Fue una hora fenomenal estuvo fantástico me encantó todo tuvo muchas experiencias sobre ellos de sus trabajos nos representan lo que están pasando y me quedo sin palabras no sé ni cómo describir lo hermoso que juez hicieron llorar mucho y reír a la vez... full review
ELENA NEUMAN certified reviewer June 17, 2019
California janitors are the vanguards of the #metoo movement and Ya Basta: Time's Been Up beautifully captures their fight for justice, respect, and an end to workplace abuse and violence. Despite obstacles and adversity, they have persevered and won victories that reverberate beyond the janitorial industry. This is the inspiring story of the incredible things people can achieve when they come together in a union.... full review
EMIRO CUELLAR certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: amazing · painful · raw-truth.
This has been an authentic theatrical collective creation, under a good direction. It was really impressive the way in which the routine of an apparent passive and slow scene ... monotonous from real life, with the sudden appearance of violence -first verbal and then physical, of the predators that have ambushed their prey; it was a theatrically powerful, strong and painful scene that leaded various almost to the tears. I remember that until then in the audience there were soft murmurs ... and then the audience was in a sepulchral silence, caught in the harsh and unpleasant surprise, with eyes and ears wide open, helpless seeing that representation of a grim and ignored truth... until now. Congratulations to that great team that acted ...... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: Amazing fantastic
This play was amazing and it told a story that I have never imagined of. On a day janitors face discrimination and sexual harassment but do not speak about it because they are scared. Ya basta had me in tears.... full review
SANDRA DIAZ certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Made my heart sing to see the faces and see the story of such powerful immigrant workers. These stories are often overlooked but here where center stage, making me feel both inspired and empowered. ... full review
NIKKI MULLER certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: social justice · powerful
A powerful and important show. Very emotional to hear these stories shared, and highlights the importance of standing up for impactful legislation that protects the vulnerable.... full review