About the Play
The first in the Central American series. Relating to poverty in El Salvador currently, and over the course of colonial history; the entanglement of the US and other colonial forces. The play braids Medea and Yerma into one narrative – a domestic worker shares versions of a tale with a bus driver. Medea kills her children, Yerma can’t have them; they both consider the violence against children perpetrated by the government, who force poor women to have hysterectomies against their will.
Venue: Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, 154 Angell Street, Providence, RI 02912
Date(s): First Workshop in March 2011 at Brown University
Director: Kym Moore
Collaborators: Alejandra Prieto Garcia (Puppet Theater Artist from Madrid, Spain)
Contact Phone: (917) 992-6421
Contact Email: kymothy4gmail.com or alepregargmail.com