A workshop presentation of a new play written by Princeton senior Edwin Rosales follows a Maya family living in the highlands of Guatemala, the soldiers who occupy their village, and the spirits that guide and haunt them all during the most violent moment from the civil war. Directed by faculty member Suzanne Agins. A talkback led by Agins and Rosales follows the presentation on Saturday, April 29th; on May 3rd, theater professor Brian Herrera and English lecturer Monica Huerta join Rosales for a conversation about the play in the context of the wider Latino/Latin American literature and drama canon.
April 28, 29 and May 3, 4, & 5, 2017
Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio
185 Nassau Street
Free and open to the public but tickets required. Reserve tickets in advance through University Ticketing online, by calling 609.258.9220, or visiting the Frist Campus Center Box Office; tickets also available at the door.