Date(s) - Saturday, February 22, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Academy of Music Theatre
About the Play
The theater piece tells the story of five Puerto Rican women, on the island, from the same family lineage, dramatizing their intergenerational struggles and experiences of survival in a colonized and patriarchal society within different historical eras. Abuelita Juana’s spirit, guides us through these various time periods, teaching us about the importance of preserving heritage, the strength of women, and the sacrifices that our ancestors made for us.
The piece is predominantly performed in English accompanied by bits in Spanish. Ticket sales will go towards the ReclaimPR fundraiser that focuses on supporting entrepreneurs in Puerto Rico.
TICKET SALES AT THE DOOR
Pay What You Can. 5 tiers of pricing:
$25 and up – RPR Supporter
$25 – Full Ticket Value
$20 – I Can Do $20
$15 – I Can Do $15
$10 – Student/Senior Citizen Discount (students must bring valid student ID)