Even Flowers Bloom in Hell, Sometimes
by Teatro Vivo

Apr. 19, 2019


Even Flowers Bloom in Hell, Sometimes, 
by Franky D. González
This story is an examination of the inmates within a system, trying to discover meaning in the face of isolation and doubt in one's own worth over a 25 year bid. The play explores familial ties, love, race, inmate-correctional officer relations, the passing of time, and the succeeding generation of individuals who deal with the challenges of trying to avoid a life of crime, or resigning oneself to becoming a part of the system that swept up previous generations. 
Franky D. González is a Colombian-American playwright living in Dallas, TX originally
from Queens, NY. He holds a BA in Theatre from the University of North Texas and serves as the Dramatists Guild Regional Representative for the Dallas - Fort Worth metroplex.

Even Flowers Bloom in Hell, Sometimes
by D. Franky González
Teatro Vivo

April 19, 2019
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center
600 River Street
Austin, TX, 78701

Firday, April 19, 2019

Free admission - donations accepted