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  • Cheryl Bear:
    2 Apr. 2021
    A fabulous and heartfelt comedy that just sings as, through all the drama of the sale, there's a lot of love. Well done!
  • John Bavoso:
    7 Feb. 2021
    If Molière, The Golden Girls, and To Wong Fu had a drag daughter, it would be HOTEL PUERTO VALLARTA! Davila has crafted such fun, over-the-top characters, and the badinage absolutely sparkles on every page. Underneath the bawdy double-entendres are classic themes of love, jealousy, betrayal, and finding the thing that makes you feel (w)hole. A delightfully campy read that would be a blast for an exuberantly queer cast—highly recommended!
  • Nelson Diaz-Marcano:
    24 Jan. 2021
    A farce with not just a lot of heart, but with complex explorations of what love means. Love as a friend, as a mentor, as a daughter, as a lover, or as a partner, all get their time in this piece without ever feeling like they are the focus of it all. That is because David manages to embed these musings within a farcical romp that will have you laughing from start to finish.
  • Franky Gonzalez:
    22 Jan. 2021
    There are farces that push the bounds of physical comedy. There are farces that have complicated plots. There are farces that achieve certain degrees of humor and satire. There are even farces that have a lot of heart. It is rare that you see all of these elements come together in a single play. David Davila does this with this hilarious, tender look into the life and times of a hotel/drag bar in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The subtitle may be tongue-in-cheek, but don't be deceived. Hotel Puerto Vallarta is truly a dramatic work of legitimate theatre.