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AZTEC PIRATES, A LATINX FANTASIA ON NATIONAL THEMES PART ONE: THE INSIGNIFICANCE OF LIFE ON MARS by David Davila

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2021 NEW AMERICAN VOICES PLAYWRITING FESTIVAL

AZTEC PIRATES, A LATINX FANTASIA ON NATIONAL THEMES

PART ONE: THE INSIGNIFICANCE OF LIFE ON MARS

by David Davila

Directed by Laura Moreno

"What makes someone a traitor to their race? Johnny Montenegro is an ICE agent trying to put back the pieces of his life after an alleged incident got him suspended from duty. But if he really beat an undocumented immigrant half to death, then why can't he remember? Why can he only hear the man's voice echoing in his head, over and over, accusing him of genocide? Equipped with only his commands Johnny embarks on a dark odyssey searching for the truth about his country, his culture, and his memory as he seeks the validation he needs to continue living complicitly. Across borders and allegiances this two-part play takes you on a harrowing and disturbing adventure that examines life for Latinx people caught between embracing their roots and conforming to the mob mentality of a Trump-era USA."

CAST: Gabriel Regojo, Pamela Garcia Langton, Ollie Corchado, Pablo Bracho, Lillian Andrea De Leon, Nicole Orabona, Alexandra Castro, Maria Isabella Rojas

Jeana Magallon - Stage Directions

STAGE MANAGER: Allison Viera

DESIGNERS: James V. Thomas, Kristie Shackelford, Christina Giannelli, Sean Ramos – Sound Designer

CONTENT WARNING: Adult Themes, Adult Language, Violence, Sexual Trauma - R

www.landingtheatre.org


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