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Don't Eat The Mangos

The Huntington Calderwood

March 26 – April 27, 2025

Written by Ricardo Pérez González
Directed by David Mendizábal

Don’t Eat the Mangos was developed, in part, at the 2019 Sundance Institute Theatre Lab.
Don’t Eat the Mangos was developed and supported through a partnership between The Sol Project and Magic Theatre.
Don’t Eat the Mangos was first produced as a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere by the Magic Theatre (California). For more information, please visit

The Huntington Calderwood
527 Tremont Street. Boston, MA 02116

Approximate run time: TBD

Content Advisories: TBD

Notable Dates: 

Opening Night: 4/2 at 7 pm 

ASL: Friday, 4/18 at 7:30 pm 

Open Captions: 4/22 at 7 pm 

Audio Described: 4/26 at 2 pm 

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Winner! 2021 Will Glickman Award for Best Play 

Playwright Ricardo Pérez González’s wickedly funny tragedy Don’t Eat the Mangos portrays life on his home island of Puerto Rico with compassion and humor through the saga of three sisters living just outside San Juan. As a hurricane approaches the beautiful island, secrets and ugly truths are revealed that cause the sisters to wrestle with how to stay true to their familia and homeland – and seek a satisfying revenge. Obie Award winner David Mendizábal returns from the acclaimed world premiere production to direct.


The Huntington offers many different affiliation and aged-based discounts off our ticket prices. Discounts can be applied online, in person, or over the phone. Patrons who purchase discounted tickets must pick up their tickets and provide proof of ID or eligibility at ticketing services before the show. All discounts are subject to availability.

HYPE discounts

$40 tickets are available any time for patrons age 40 years and younger as part of our HYPE program (Huntington Young Patron Events). Valid ID required. Tickets are subject to availability and some zone restrictions may apply. Use promo code DISCOUNT to access HYPE (40 Below) pricing. Input code DISCOUNT before seat selection. Promo will apply at checkout. Learn more about HYPE.


Student discounts

$25 tickets are available to all performances for full-time students. Use promo code DISCOUNT to access Student pricing.  Valid ID required.

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$25 tickets are available to all performances for Active US Military and their immediate family. Use promo code MILITARY to access US Military pricing.  Valid ID required.


Huntington Community Membership Initiative

$20 tickets are available to all performances for participants in the Huntington Community Membership Initiative. Use your exclusive HCMI promo code tied to your organization to redeem. Learn more about our Huntington Community Membership Initiative.


$30-$35 Tickets

In addition to our age and affiliation-based discounts, a limited number of unrestricted $30-$35 tickets are available at each performance.

Accessibility discounts

Patrons who are Deaf and/or blind/low-vision and their guests can purchase tickets to designated ASL-Interpreted or Audio Described performances for $20 each. Learn more about accessible performances.


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At The Huntington, we believe price shouldn’t be a barrier for folks to enjoy world-class theatre. Because of this, we have a limited number of Pay-What-You-Wish tickets available for all Huntington performances for those who need them. Pay-What-You-Wish is not available online. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit Ticketing Services in person at either box office location or call us at 617-266-0800.

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Groups can save up to 20% off ticket prices for most productions. Student group pricing available. Learn more about group rates.



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