Date(s) - 06/05/2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday June 3 at 8 pm doors open at 7pm
Saturday June 4 at 8 pm doors open at 7pm
Sunday June 5 at 6 pm doors open at 5pm
$20 in advance and $25 at the door
Groups of 5 and up $15 in advanced and $20 at the door
Seniors and students $15
SPECIAL CODE: SecoSol
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A one act play and two cut segments, written and directed by Mario Zapién. (SPANISH PLAY)
Five characters are fleeing because they are being pursued by the Five Suns of the Aztec cosmovision: fire, water, wind, animals and earthquakes. Through these elements and current problems, a cultural clash arises, a clash between the simple life and the character’s conscience. After exposing their traumas and their virtues, finally, the unexpected happens, that which is also a daily occurrence in the actual life of Mexico, human sacrifice.
Besides portraying something of the symbolism that surrounds them, the play contains texts from poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca and Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.
In one act (1 hour and 30 minutes duration).
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