Since 2014, El Semillero (Spanish for seedbed or nursery) is a Chicago-based playwriting circle dedicated to fostering emerging Latinx playwrights and their work. Sponsored by ALTA Chicago (The Alliance of Latinx Theater Artists) and in residency at Victory Gardens Theater, El Semillero fosters playwrights developing first drafts of original plays over the course of 12 months, culminating in a series of free public readings.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at 7:30pm
Victory Gardens Theater | 2433 North Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL 60614
Directed by: Laura Alcalá Baker
Performed by Erica Cruz Hernández, Debbie Baños, Emilie Modaff, Stella Martin, & Ryan Hallahan
Stage Directions: Krystal Ortiz
A lesbian AF summer wedding, a ride or die pocha friendship, August in Chicago when you just need a paleta. An attempt to explore the vows we make and break to ourselves and others. Expect to pop off some bubbly stuff, crunch a salty chip after the reading bc pochas, bc bodas
There will be an opportunity to provide feedback to the playwright after the reading. Any insights and curiosities to offer to develop the piece further are greatly appreciated!
This event is FREE and open to the public. For more details, click here.
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