MUD by Maria Irene Fornes, directed by Cristy Altamirano '15
This fully-produced show is the story of three lives, suffused with poverty and squalor, collapse into themselves in this play by acclaimed playwright María Irene Fornés.
$4 Tickets go on sale March 2nd. Please contact the Hopkins Center Box Office at 603-646-2422.
Mud, by María Irene Fornés, is a series of snapshots into the lives of Mae, Lloyd and Henry, a trio living in the dirt of poverty. Mae struggles with the burden of being mother/sister/wife to the two men while also developing a burgeoning sense of self. She deals with the needs and demands they place upon her but she ultimately resolves to escape, reaching for a light intended to banish the darkness of her life.
Directed by Cristy Altamirano ’15
Set Design by Julie Solomon ’17
Costume Design by Nicolle Allen ’16
Lighting Design by Marissa Wilkins ’15
Sound Design by Sara Holston '17
Props Design by Kyla Mermejo-Varga '17
Stage Management by Victoria Fox ’15
March 6 @ 6 PM
March 7 @ 8 PM
March 8 @ 2 PM