Written by Mike Soto
Directed by Claudia Acosta
Starring Elena Hurst
In Partnership with Deep Vellum Publishing
A literary-theatrical event, this Narco-Acid Western is told in a series of interlinked poems. We follow the converging paths of two protagonists through El Sumidero, a fictional US/Mexico border town where an ongoing drug war rages. The surreal verse of Soto’s poems is infused with the rituals of love & loss and builds a world saturated with a mystical aura that explores the desires of those who live in the borderland. Presented in an outdoor cabaret, refreshments, rituals, and a copy of the book of poetry are included. Running time: 45 minutes.
A maximum of 24 tickets will be available per show.
Dates & Times
Show will run at 7:00pm on the following dates:
Saturday, November 7
Sunday, November 8
Wednesday, November 11
Thursday, November 12
Friday, November 13
Saturday, November 14
Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St., Dallas, TX 75204
Production will be presented outside, in the plaza of Latino Cultural Center, following CDC guidelines. Masks required.
Each show ticket includes a signed copy of the book A Grave Is Given Supper along with refreshments. All tickets must be purchased online and in advance, as there is no box office.