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Agua, Vida y Tierra

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MITU580

580 Sackett Street

#Unit A

Brooklyn, NY 11217

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Agua, Vida y Tierra, is a new bi-lingual theatrical exploration of Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria, and the history of America’s oldest colony. This devised piece will transport the audience through time and space to delve deep into questions of colonization, national identity, community, and revolution. Join us and this stellar team in November for a trip to Puerto Rico that you will never forget.

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(For instance, if you'd like two seats, do two complete ticket orders!)

Directed by Alejandra Ramos

Script Supervised by Omar Vélez Meléndez

Stage Managed by Hanako Rodriguez*

Set Design by Diana Dávila

Costume & Prop Design by Carla Posada

Lighting Design by Elizabeth M. Stewart

Sound & Video Design by Jorge Morales Picó

Featuring: James Clements, Sam Hood Adrain, María Victoria Martínez*, Xavier Reyes*, Thalia Romina, Pablo Calderón Santiago, Beatriz Miranda* and Ana Cristina Schuler,

*Appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association

Produced by What Will the Neighbor Say? with Associate Producer Pablo Calderón Santiago

With support from: The Brooklyn Arts Council, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Pregones/PRTT's ASAP Program, El Puente Presente and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico


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MITU580

580 Sackett Street

#Unit A

Brooklyn, NY 11217

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