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THE ART OF LOSING: a new play by Juli Del Prete
It’s the 2004 American League Championship Series, and the cursed Boston Red Sox are digging themselves deep into a hole against the Yankees. Meanwhile, three siblings follow the games religiously - not knowing that the toughest loss happens closest to home. The Art of Losing is a brand new play about hope, luck, and winning despite impossible odds.
THE WOMEN OF JUAREZ: a new play by Isaac Gomez
Brenda wants nothing more than to work in the city while her sister, Blanca, wants nothing more than to leave. When one of them goes missing, it's up to the women of the city to investigate. But with girls disappearing left and right, there are few places to turn and even fewer people to trust. Pulled from real testimonies, The Women of Juárez is an ethnographic play uncovering dark secrets buried in the desert sand.
BURNING ROOM: a short play by Juli Del Prete
Texas. Ten minutes before sunrise. In a hospital waiting room, a woman has an unexpected encounter with an old friend. Burning Room is a ten-minute play that wonders if some things might be better left unsaid.
PLAYS & EVENTS: VICTORY GARDENS PUBLIC PROGRAMS SERIES
WEDNESDAY NIGHT OUT: TREMBLING BEFORE GOD
The Who and the What | LGBTQA+ Affinity Night
Most religions prescribe a heterosexual lifestyle – but what happens when the straight and narrow path gets a little less straight? Come early for pre-show refreshments in the Victory Gardens lobby, then join us for this special Afterwords discussion on religious and sexual identity.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT OUT: FROM MADONNA TO MADONNA
The Testament of Mary | LGBTQA+ Affinity Night
From Madonna’s “Like a Prayer” to Lady Gaga’s “Judas”, pop music has long paid homage to Biblical icons. But with burning crosses and onstage exorcisms entering the cultural canon, is it possible to go too far? Turn up for a pre-show medley performance, then stick around for a special Afterwords conversation on art, religion, and pop culture.
BLASPHEMY ON BROADWAY
The Testament of Mary | Town Hall
Hundreds of Catholic protesters cried sacrilege when The Testament of Mary premiered on Broadway. At the crossroads of art and religion, when does history become heresy? Who has the power to decide? Join us for this crucial Town Hall discussion on blasphemy and the arts following Sunday's performance of The Testament of Mary.