Memoria del silencio en el país de la eterna primavera
- Shaun Leisher:9 Apr. 2021“ A gorgeous plays about about the ghosts of the past that are both literal and in our minds. ”
- Mariteens,,LatinxFemale/Femme/NBIrma’s niece; guarded and fiercely independent, though her youth lends to some naïvety. She will stop at nothing to redeem her late father’s honor and perhaps even his soul.
- IrmaLate 50s,,Latina, GuatemalanFemale, Femme, NBcursed with disrupted memory, Irma refuses to be weak in illness and struggles to contend with ghosts of her past.
- PacoLate 50s,,Latino, GuatemalanMale, Masc, NBIrma’s husband; knows the bounds of love and exceeds them. He is a natural green thumb and intense optimist with an offbeat sense of humor.
- Lupita20s,,LatinaFemaleIrma’s eldest niece; a bride-to-be, fair and adored by all.
- Fernando20s,,LatinoCisgender MaleLupita's fiancé, a man with many secrets and impeccable charm
- Carlos17,,LatinoCisgender MaleIrma’s enamored schoolmate, he is dangerously stubborn and handsome, though easily influenced by his anti-socialist father.
- Martíne/aEarly teens,,BIPOC (Indigenous preferred)Queer, Femme, Agender/Non-binaryBeleheb-tzi's companion; from a pueblo with no name. They wish for nothing but a place to call home.
- Beleheb-Tzi536,,Latinx, BIPOC (Indigenous preferred)Anya spirit of the forest, old like the trees. Beleheb-tzi knows every rule of the land both in the living realm and beyond.
- La Santa Muerte,Indigenous, Mayagender queer, Trans, Non-binary, Female/femme-identifyingLa Santa Muerte holds an ancient grudge after their treasure went missing at the hands of a Spanish priest.
- Les Viejes Bolos (3)Any,,Latinx, BIPOC (Indigenous preferred)AnyA chorus of drunks. They are responsible for much of the play’s hijinks, songs and magic.
- ,Reading,UC Berkeley2016
- ,Workshop,Latinx Mafia2021
- ,Workshop,Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts2018
- ,Workshop,UC Berkeley2017
Bay Area Playwrights' Festival
Michael Mansfield and Randy Sweringen Social Justice Award for Artistic Excellence in Creating a More Equitable and Inclusive World
UC Berkeley Department of Theater Dance and Performance Studies