TECH WORKSHOP & AUDIO PREMIERE • MAY 2021 • PROGRESS LAB 1422 (VANCOUVER, CA) & ALUNA THEATRE (TORONTO, CA)
Adriana is a Mexican hotel worker reeling from her father’s death. Sarah is a Canadian wedding guest with a long-held secret. A chance encounter between them triggers both women to confront old traumas and take action for their future. This fully bilingual production takes an intimate look into what happens when female solidarity meets at the frontera between the Global North and Global South.
Written by Christine Quintana • Translated by Paula Zelaya-Cervantes • Co-Directed by Chelsea Haberlin & Daniela Atiencia • Performed by Alexandra Lainfiesta & Genevieve Fleming • Sound Design by Mishelle Cuttler • Set Design by Shizuka Kai • Costume Design by Carmen Alatorre • Video Design by Candelario Andrade • Lighting Design by Sophie Tang • Produced by Neworld Theatre • Audio Version Presented by Aluna Theatre. Developed with the support of the BC Arts Council and Tarragon Theatre’s Urjo Kareda Residency.
- October 2018, Progress Lab (workshop reading), Vancouver, BC
- October 11 2019, Caminos Festival (excerpt), Toronto, BC
- March 27, 2020, PGC Play Reading Relay (excerpt), Livestream
Main image by Corinna Hagel