Brothers, Sisters, Santos
- Jordan Elizabeth Henry:22 Mar. 2018“ This play left me with the deep questions I always hope to have after encountering a piece of theatre. The consequences of turning away from each other, from pain. The haunting nature of losses that don't make sense. The costs of choosing your own small needs over the large needs of someone who needs help. The ways we turn away. This collection asks us to look into the darkest places in our hearts, to stare our failures of love in the face. Oglesby uses theatrical magic (and magical thinking) to relive memory and try to make sense of loss. Stunning. ”
- Inda Craig-Galván:20 Mar. 2018“ All three of these short plays deal with estrangement and loss in intelligent, clever ways. The fairy-tale aspect in the second half of Mentirosa is beautifully evocative. Doctors Without Borders has a finely executed structure that is matched by the emotional twists & turns in the play. Unique, specific characters throughout the whole of Brothers, Sisters, Santos. ”
- Rosa15-30,,LatinawomanThe youngest sister. The one who lies.
- Melina18-40,,LatinawomanThe oldest sister. The smart one.
- Graciela16-40,,LatinawomanThe pretty one. The middle sister.
- The Wolf20-50,,AnyMaleMagnetic.
Can be doubled with any of the other male characters.
- Marco20-55,,LatinoMaleThe brother who was studious, serious, and believed in lofty ideals, but has since become far more focused on the bottom line.
- Teo20-55,,LatinoMaleWas the more obnoxious, womanizing brother when younger. Grew up to be the serious one who believes in making a difference.
Best Unproduced Latin@ Plays