What would you do to get what you want?
TEATRO VIVO PRESENTS ENFRASCADA
A Dark Comedy by Tanya Saracho
Teatro Vivo is excited to bring you Enfrascada, a dark comedy by renowned playwright and screenwriter Tanya Saracho, presented at the Emma S. Barrientos-Mexican American Cultural Center under the direction of Claudia M. Chávez.
Alicia is a successful art curator who seems to have her life together. But, when her world is turned upside down, she turns to her friends for support. Together they seek the guidance of wise señoras – and enter the realm of hoodoo, santeria, and curanderismo – to make things how they used to be. With an all-star cast including Karina Domínguez, Emily McDougall, Eva McQuade, Bárbara Mojica, JoJanie Segura Moreno, and Minerva Villa-Rivera, this hilarious and touching comedy about a group of modern-day Latinas explores the magic of friendship.
“This story touches on so many amazing aspects of our culture,” says
Chávez. “It embodies freedom and the sisterhood of women.”
September 7-24, 2017
Emma S. Barrientos – Mexican American Cultural Center
600 River St, Austin, TX 78701
Thursdays through Saturdays* at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
September 16 performance will be at 2:00 PM to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Emma S. Barrientos-Mexican American Cultural Center.
Stage management by René Gatica
Set Design by Gerardo de la Cruz
Lighting Design by Patrick Anthony
Costume Design by Melissa Swartz
Props Design by Deanna Deolloz
Sound Design by Carlos Schroeder-Arce
Graphic Design by Paul Del Bosque
About Tanya Saracho:
Tanya Saracho was born in Sinaloa, México and grew up between Reynosa, Mexico and McAllen, Texas. She is a playwright who also writes for television, including “Looking,” “Girls,” “Devious Maids,” and “How To Get Away With Murder.” Saracho is a winner of the Ofner Prize given by the Goodman Theater in Chicago, a recipient of an NEA Distinguished New Play Development Project Grant, and a 3Arts Artists Award. Saracho was given the first “Revolucionario” Award in Theater by the National Museum of Mexican Art.