Don Quixote, a poor gentleman of La Mancha, roams the world as a make-believe knight errant, clad in an armoury of rusty kitchen ustensils aided by his loyal squire Santa Panza riding on his donkey.
"Actors Touring Company - Bravo! The excellent British theatrical group called the Actors Touring Company came, saw and conquered, to use a dramatic cliche, in their first night's presentation this week in Rio. The splendid show, written and mounted by the Company itself in a loose adaptation form the Cervantes classic, delighted and captivated a capacity crowd despite its three hour lenght and the formidable hurdle of language barrier." Brazil Herald, 3 October 1981
"The opening performance of the ATC Season in the Teatro Dos Quatro, Quixote, shows a group commited to working its own theatrical language and which tries to incorporate the itinerant quality of its activities as an enriching aesthetic element - not a limiting one. It is thus an agile and dynamic show(...)the result is beautiful, lively, elegant." Jornal do Brazil, 3 October 1981.