The year is 3050. A group of immigrants have sparked revolution in the Nation, a dystopia where assimilation was forced. Hearing the collective voice of the people, Doña Mañana—one of the revolutionaries and now the first female, Afro-Latina president—and her team set out on a quest to dismantle the system and bring full liberation to the people.
Devised and performed by the People’s Theatre Project (PTP) company:
Reyna Bonaparte, Mayelin Annet Geraldino, Eunji Lim, Chuk Obasi, Vida Tayebati, Journey A. Peters
Understudies: Cynthia Lizardo, Travis Raeburn
Original music created and performed by: Darian Donovan Thomas
Directed by: Zafi Dimitropoulou Del Angel, Artistic Director
Assistant Director: Joshwald Martínez-Peralta, Artistic Manager
Stage Manager: Alyssa Rios
Costume Designer: Gylanni Carrington
Lighting Designer: Duncan Davies
Scenic Designer: José Noel
Run Time: 75 minutes
Rooted in Upper Manhattan, PTP is a social justice arts organization that creates ensemble-based theatre with and for immigrant communities to develop the next generation of diverse, socially-engaged artists and leaders.
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