by Jose Rivera
Directed by Rosa Joshi
Preview: May 6, 2020
Opening: May 7, 2020
Wednesday–Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
No one has seen the moon for months. All the food has turned to salt. God is frail and dying and the angels have gone to war. This is the landscape in which we encounter Marisol, a young professional living in the Bronx, who is just trying to survive. How will she survive a disintegrating world that has been thrown off its physical, ethical and spiritual moorings? Initially written in 1992, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic fantasia, -- part absurdist, part magical realism -- remains fiercely relevant as an exploration of homelessness and mental illness in a society facing ecological peril and deep civil discord.
Lee Center for the Arts
$6 students; $10 faculty/staff/alumni; $12 general admission
Tickets on sale at the Lee Center Box Office | 206-296-2244 | Wednesday-Friday 1:30-6:00 PM or online through Brown Paper Tickets.