"Two short plays that explore male/female relationships, rivalries and retribution."
"A rare, intimate and riveting theatrical experience!"
The story of two Indigenous-Mexican-American sisters, unraveling the profound layers of complexity and history in their familial tribal legacies.
As told through the memoirs of veteran actresses, Hortencia Colorado and Elvira Colorado
The strangest, most perilous adventure of all:
the journey into the depths of a woman’s soul!
Played against the gaudy tapestry of turn of the century California’s notorious Barbary Coast, The Confession of Lily Dare tells the story of one woman’s tumultuous passage from convent girl to glittering cabaret chanteuse to infamous madame of a string of brothels.
Winner of the 2017 Thomas Barbour Award, this dark comedy explores the taboo topic of domestic violence against men while allowing us to laugh at the antics of Darren.
The Xoregos Performing Company continues its 2018 season with Jean Racine's stunning Britannicus (1669) translated by Howard Rubenstein.
"When fed up overweight women grab guns to storm the offices of Gaunt fashion magazine they become the darlings of social media... and that's when all their hidden secrets come out."