by Round-About Players

Oct. 12, 2019


In this piece of gay historical fiction, a playwright explores the life and writing of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. As the worlds volley between that of Sor Juana and the contemporary world of the playwright, she guides the audience to consider the possibility of queerness, mental illness, and questions of faith in the context of Mexico City in the 1600s. With the help of Purpose, Desire, Shame, and Religion, we see glimpses of Sor Juana's daily life, as well as the poetry of a lesbian creating a puzzle of answers to the question: Who, or what, was Juana's greatest love?

by Rachel Aston Warren
Round-About Players

October 12, 2019

Come see a staged reading of a beautiful new play written by our very own Rachel Aston Warren. One performance will be held SATURDAY OCTOBER 12th at 7pm and will include a brief talk balk which will be held immediately after the reading. House will open at 6:45

This show is COMPLETELY FREE!!

Please come and support some great undergraduate work and allow our playwright to let their work be heard and responded to by a live audience!!



[image via Poetry Foundation]