Eduardo Machado, INTAR artistic director, helms the 1961 Cuban-set play that officially opens May 5 and plays a limited engagement through May 22 at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row.
In All Eyes and Ears, production notes state, "a seamstress is catapulted into a new life, new house, and new government job. But good fortunes quickly change when her new position attracts unexpected guests and reveals more secrets about herself than of political conspiracies."
The cast for All Eyes and Ears comprises Coram Boy's Martín Solá as well as Terumi Matthews, Christina Pumariega, Liam Torres, Maria Helan and Ed Vassallo. The production features set and lighting design by Maruti Evans.
Cuban-born playwright Rogelio Martinez is the author of Fizz, Learning Curve, I Regret She's Made of Sugar, Arrivals and Departures, My First Radical, Illuminating Veronica and Will in Space.
Tickets for All Eyes and Ears at the Lion Theatre, 410 West 42nd Street, are availably by calling (212) 279-4200 or by visiting www.ticketcentral.com. For more information visit www.intartheatre.org.