Corazon de Papel: historias del Huracan (Midwest Premiere) Aqua, Sol y Sereno (4th Chicago International Latino Theater Festival)

Oct 14 - 17

A teacher/writer, who lost his job and inspiration, hears the whispers of the thousands of unaccounted dead from Hurricane María, bringing to light their stories of the events and the absence of an effective response. 


**CLATA is a part of a growing coalition of performing arts venues and producers across Chicagoland that have agreed upon Covid-19 Vaccination and Mask Requirements for audiences through the end of 2021.

This unified COVID-19 protection protocol will be in effect for indoor productions, requiring audience members to provide proof of vaccination or negative test certification upon entry and to wear masks ** 

 


10/14/21 - 10/17/21

730pm (Thu-Sat); 3pm (Sun)


A teacher/writer, who lost his job and inspiration, hears the whispers of the thousands of unaccounted dead from Hurricane María, bringing to light their stories of the events and the absence of an effective response.

 

This original theater piece experiments with dramatic performance and the Afro-Caribbean bomba, in conjunction with art projections and the creation of paper sculpture on stage.

Author
Agua, Sol y Sereno

Director
Pedro Adorno Irizarry

Performers
Pedro Adorno Irizarry, Tania Adorno Vigo, Alba Tania Ortiz Olivera, Kenneth Salgado Barreto and Cristina Vives Rodriguez.

Production
Jorque Ramierez (Lighting Design); Cathy Vigo Murray (Projections and Stage Management)

Tags: Theater, Rest Of The World, 2021