Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue | Sept 11 – Oct 4, 2015
By Quiara Alegría Hudes; Directed by Robert Rosen
Regional Premiere; Drama; on the PROSCENIUM STAGE
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Elliot Ortiz is home from Iraq. Like his father and grandfather before him, the eager soldier is forced to unravel his experience as he nurses his injuries and considers returning to the frontlines. Elliot’s mother, a nurse in Vietnam, holds three generations of this family’s soldiers together; turning their city lot into a lush and healing tropical garden. Hudes’s poetic fugue is a unique non-political exploration of the tolls of war from an often overlooked point of view. Park Square Artistic Associate Ricardo Vázquez will be featured as the youngest of three generations of a Puerto Rican family of soldiers. “…that rare and rewarding thing: a theater work that succeeds on every level, while creating something new.” — The New York Times
produced with special support from our Premiere Club
Robert Rosen – Director
Sonya Berlovitz – Costume Designer
Evan Middlesworth – Sound Designer
Michael P. Kittel – Lighting Designer
Jennifer Johnson – Properties Designer
Kit Mayer – Set Designer
Megan Fae Dougherty* – Stage Manager
*member, actors’ equity association
Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue | Sept 11 – Oct 4, 2015 on the PROSCENIUM STAGE
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