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The Orphan Sea By Caridad Svich
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THE ORPHAN SEA is a play by Caridad Svich. This is a story of us, here, now, and also of who we were once. It is a story of those that cross rivers and seas and those that wait for them, of a lover... More > who searches for one lost years ago, and of someone called Penelope, who may be waiting for someone called Odysseus. Told in poetry, song, film and dance, a play for anyone that dares to dream.< Less
GUAPA By Caridad Svich
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In Caridad Svich's play GUAPA: Single-mom Roly lives in a dusty Texas town that everyone longs to escape. She’s never seen anything like Guapa, a natural-born athlete with a fiery ambition to... More > become an international soccer star. When Guapa joins Roly’s family, everyone’s life is turned upside down. With only one shot to reach the big leagues from the barrio, how can Guapa convince the non-believers to let go of their doubts, spread their wings and fly? This play received an NNPN rolling world premiere at Borderlands Theater, Phoenix Theatre and Miracle Theatre Group, and a 2012 Edgerton Foundation New Play Award.< Less
Caridad Svich: Plays of Intimacy and Grace By Caridad Svich
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Three plays by US playwright Caridad Svich that chart the rise and fall of couples in and out of love, loss and moments of tenderness and grace: INSTRUCTIONS FOR BREATHING, IN YOUR ARMS and GRACE (IN... More > THE UPPER ROOM). With an introduction on Svich's poetic rendering of "troubled sanctuaries" for the stage by dramaturge R. Alex Davis.< Less
Caridad Svich: Outlaw Plays By Caridad Svich
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OUTLAW PLAYS by US playwright Caridad Svich focus on characters living outside boundaries imagined and real. The two plays in this volume- KILL TO EAT (a patriot song) and PENSACOLA - are driven by a... More > punk energy in their use of language and the staging of action. Poetic, raw and strange, they traffic and play with genre tropes from pulp fiction, “noir” cinema, and steam-punk literature and are influenced by murder ballads and electric blues.< Less