AFTER THE FIRE written by Diana Marie Delgado
co-directed by Diana Marie Delgado and Martin Balmaceda
“Mistakes are made and are scattered into forever.”
Where: INTAR Theatre (500 W. 52nd St., 4th Fl.)
When: Saturday, January 18th @ 7pm
Sunday, January 19th @ 4pm
To RSVP for a free ticket, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, the date you’d like to attend, and the number of tickets you’d like.
About the Play
After the Fire is a poem-performance-novella-for the stage. The play conflates fractured monologues and dissolving scenes to explore the lives of: Arthur (a kite brought down by a gale), The Old Woman (Arthur’s Mother), and Angela (sand at the bottom of the ocean). Beginning in media res, the plot continuously shifts and alternates, revealing bits and pieces of each character to build a dream-like meditation about how even after death what “happened” continues to arrest us.
About the Playwright
Diana Marie Delgado, poet and playwright, grew up in the San Gabriel Valley. A graduate of the poetry programs at the University of California-Riverside and Columbia University. Her poetry collection Late-Night Talks With Men I Think I Trust was a finalist for the 2012 Andres Montoya Poetry Prize. The recipient of the 2010 Letras Latinas Residency Fellowship, she attended the 2011 Monarch Theater Playwriting Workshop and worked under Migdalia Cruz and John Jesurun. Her play Desire Road was given a staged reading at La MaMa La Galleria in NYC in 2011 and was published in PALABRA Magazine (Issue 8 2012). In addition, the play, later titled, After the Fire, was a finalist for the 2011 La MaMa ETC’s Ellen Stewart Emerging Playwright Award.