Performance – 'Mother of Exiles'
An undercover Latina returns to her hometown on the Arizona/Mexican border to teach the next generation about what it is to be free, only to find herself and her students held hostage by the politics of fear. Mother of Exiles is the second installment of UA Professor and playwright Elaine Romero's Arizona/Mexican border trilogy, which includes Wetback, which previously received a Saturday Series reading at Chicago Dramatists and was originally commissioned and developed at Cornell University. This is part of the Bachelor of Arts Theatre program. Studio Series plays are not for children.
Performance Dates and Times:
Evenings: April 20-22 at 8 p.m.
Matinees: April 23 at 2 p.m.
Park on the northeast corner of Speedway/Park in Park Ave Garage. Walk to southeast corner of Speedway/Park. The UA Drama Building can be found in between UA Museum of Art and Fred Fox School of Music.