Writing | Playwrighting | Dramaturgia

ReUnion rEvolucion | a Latinx new works Fest: El Toro y la Niña

La Niña is a little traviesa that has a complicated relationship with the world, including her Abuela. One night, after yet another disagreement with her Abuela, she unexpectedly begins a journey with a bull looking for a new life, a life away from bullfighting. Join these two unlikely friends on a search for their definition of home.

By Julia Rosa Sosa

Directed by Adriana Domínguez

Cast: Itzel Martinez, Romanti-ezer Mata, Brandon Salgado, Valerie Santos

Stage manager: Ruben Villa

Sound design: Ian Gilliam

Assistant editors: Rubysella Erickson, Larry Ortiz, Sarah Curtis, Julian Escobedo


What’s up Neighbor!

Alicia Grullón, though based in NYC, has managed to capture the "get off my lawn" hostility of Cleveland’s neighborhoods during the 2020 elections. I hadn't been in an art gallery in more than a year since the COVID-19 crisis hit the world. It was a delightful experience to visit SPACES; I explored the space by myself; quiet and intimate. For a second, the gallery felt big and empty but I was quickly drawn to the familiar landscapes of the neighborhoods that I drive by daily featured on the walls of the exhibit. The feeling of emptiness disappeared completely when I sat down to watch Alicia Grullón's PLEASE DON'T LET IT BE TOO CLOSE, a video collage that blends video montages, performance, interviews, and so much more.