presented by ACTLab and eSe Teatro
Dates: Sept 14 – 29
Running Time: approximately 95 minutes, with no intermission.
Location: Bullitt Cabaret
A madcap adventure begins in Spain and winds through South America, following the true pilgrimage of the mummified remains of Saint Fortunata in 1796. A devout Catholic actor and an atheist theatrical-effects specialist traverse the Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru, with the saint in their arms and the Inquisition hot on their tails. This hilarious caper examines faith versus doubt, and miracles versus theatre in a whole new light.
Translated into English by director Rose Cano, this production of Journey of the Saint by César de María makes its English language world premiere!
Pablo Lopez – Juan Del Camino
Paul Sobrie – Tomaso
Jason Salazar – Ensemble Male 1
Alexsair Farias – Ensemble Male 2
Sofia Raquel Sanchez – La moribunda/Ensemble
Sydney Maltese – Rosalindo/Ensemble
Rose Cano – Director
Eleanor Howell-Shrock – Stage Manager
Melissa Marquez – 1st week Stage Manager
Robin Macartney – Set Designer
Iris Zacarias – Lighting Designer
Marie Quinn Kramer – Costume Designer
Meg Savlov – Musical Director
Julieta Vitullo – Dramaturg
provides a voice for Latino artists as well as Latino communities by sharing culturally and socially relevant stories through their innovative programming, workshops, and initiatives.
To learn more about eSe Teatro and their empowering work, visit their website.
Launched in 2007 as The Central Heating Lab, ACTLab serves as an incubator and catalyst for new works. Uniquely positioned to provide space and resources in a collaborative environment, ACT partners with emerging and seasoned local artists, giving them the sustenance and pressure required to experiment, grow, and transform their work and reach new audiences.
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