Seven questions with Cornelio “Coky” Aguilera of IN THE TIME OF THE BUTTERFLIES

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The lone male in Stageworks’ In the Time of the Butterflies talks about strong women, strong plays and #MeToo. A report by Cathy Salustri for Creative Loafing Tampa.

Cornelio Aguilero plays the only man in Stageworks’ In the Time of the Butterflies. Aguilero — Coky to his friends — gave us a lot to think about and process with this Seven questions with…, making us want to see it more than we did before.

How have you approached preparing for your role in In the Time of the Butterflies?

The show is an adaptation of a book that was written by Julia Alvarez as a “historical fictionalized” account of a true story from the Dominican Republic; in other words, we had our work cut out for us! The book had to be picked up, and thankfully, it was an easy read and helped my understanding of…

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