Cuban-American playwright, Maria Irene Fornes’s Obie-award-winning drama explores political, sexual and social relationships of power, corruption, and abuse in a work that is simultaneously terrifying and tender; subtle and didactic; funny and frightening; poetic and brutal. Fornes’s landmark aesthetic that combines a deep sensitivity with the disenfranchised and an acute understanding of human and political nature, exposes a vision of the world that feels curiously appropriate and chillingly contemporary.
By Maria Irene Fornes
Saturday, May 4 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Todd Union Rochester, NY 14611