Presented by Full Circle Theater and
Park Square Theatre
Award-winning Latinx American playwright
Augusto Federico Amador
Directed by Lara Trujillo
April 20 - May 1, 2022
Park Square's Proscenium Stage
Safety Precautions: There will be limited seating for your safety. COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results are required to attend performances. All patrons, staff and volunteers will be required to wear masks inside the venue. We will be following Park Square Theatre’s health and safety protocols. To learn more about them, click here.
A play of magical realism and profound reconciliation
Amidst the extraordinary landscape of Chile’s Atacama desert, two strangers search for the long-lost remains of their children, “disappeared” victims of the brutal Pinochet regime. In their quest for closure, they traverse Chile’s history to examine the opposing views and actions that tore families and countries apart. Their mythic journey explores the transformative possibilities that can lead from transgression to remorse, reparation, forgiveness, and redemption.
"A beautiful, powerful and relevant mix of painful realities and magical realism." - Rick Shiomi