January 29 – February 27, 2005 in Goodman's Owen Theatre

Around 90 minutes

A world premiere

Contemporaries of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, artists Mariela and José once lived the high life in Mexico City. Now they live an isolated existence in the desert, haunted by the ghost of their young son. This intriguing new play by emerging playwright Karen Zacarías is scheduled for production in 2006 at Washington, D.C.’s Theatre of the First Amendment.

 

 
Artists

By KAREN ZACARÍAS, Directed by HENRY GODINEZ

Cast

ERIC LLOYD AMBRIZ - Carlos
LAURA CROTTE - Oliva
SANDRA DELGADO - Blanca
RICARDO GUTIERREZ - Jose
SANDRA MARQUEZ - Mariela
MARK ULRICH - Adam

Creative Team and Crew

JOHN BOESCHE - Scenic and Projection Design
JACQUELINE FIRKINS - Costume Design
ROBERT CHRISTEN - Lighting Design
ANDRE J. PLUESS - Sound Design
BEN SUSSMAN - Sound Design
GUSTAVO LEONE - Original Music
LENORA INEZ BROWN - Dramaturg
TOM CREAMER - Dramaturg
ADAM BELCUORE - Casting
KIMBERLY OSGOOD - Production Stage Manager
ELLEN HAY - Stage Manager