past performance


Written & Directed by Guillermo Calderón

Translated by William Gregory


showtimes & tickets:

March 1 - April 1 | Mon - Sat @ 7:30PM

Tickets: $35 General Admission / $45 Premium Reserved
(Student Tickets w/ID: $15 advance / $10 Rush)

"If you double-click on an icon that says: VILLA, click-click, a description comes up of everything that actually happened to her in the villa. Click. Who she hugged. Click. Who she spoke to. Click. Who she helped. If you Click click on an icon that says: THE ROAD NOT TAKEN, you see what the family and friends think would have happened if nothing had happened to her. If she’d never been in the villa."

This is a story about reclaiming your country. In this slyly surprising and gripping play, Guillermo Calderón puts us in the room with three women charged with deciding the future of the Villa Grimaldi, an infamous detention camp of Chile’s Pinochet government.

Calderón is a leading playwright/director from Chile whose works have been performed in over 20 countries. His bracing plays lace playful humor, and flashes of startling stagecraft, into narratives of the dictatorship’s effects on his country and its people.

Crystal Finn
Vivia Font
Harmony Stempel

Production Designer: María Fernanda Videla Urra

Sound Designer: Mark Van Hare

Production Stage Manager: Jenny Kennedy

Production Manager: Jonathan Zencheck

VILLA artwork:
The Geometry of Conscience
by Alfredo Jaar
Photo by Cristobal Palma

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February 22-March 13
EVQ Film Festival 2018

August 20-25

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