Lonesomes: Conrado and Paisley Blue
Two New Pieces Written In and For Isolation
By Octavio Solis
Written in isolation for a virtual world, Lonesomes includes companion pieces Conrado featuring Armando Durán and Paisley Blue featuring Isabel Pask. In these intimate, lyrical portraits, a father and daughter, separated by more than lockdowns and travel restrictions, grapple with the past and what it means for their future. Each performance will conclude in a conversation with the playwright about creating and connecting during a global pandemic.
Join us Saturday, February 27, at 7:00 pm PT or Sunday, February 28, at 2:00 pm PT. Tickets are available with sliding scale pricing.
NOTE: This play features mature themes and may not be appropriate for younger audiences.
This year's Fall Festival will be held October 20–24, 2021. Due to the pandemic we do not yet know whether the event will be virtual, in-person, or a hybrid. We are finalizing details for other events in our 2021 season and will share event information as it becomes available.
Watch this space for more!
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