Fantasia de Colores|
by Maura Campbell, Vermont award-winner playwright|
adapted for the stage and directed by Georgette Garbès Putzel|
One act PLAY: Half devil half angel. Longing. Despair. Drugs, abuse, and victims. Hopes. Dreams. A fantasy on human nature and its social failures. For accompaniment? : legends and songs from the hearts of the people.
Tickets: $18.00 - via Brown Paper Tickets (see link above) or by cash at the door
<< I am very excited to announce that my play Fantasia de Colores is being produced and directed by the brave and wonderful Georgette Garbès Putzel, artistic director of Theatre MosaicMond. It opens in October 2015 at the Off Center for the Dramatic Arts. Fantasia de Colores is a wild and strange tale with music about an uptight mother and her suicidal daughter who go on a fantastic journey to the mystical underworld of Mexico. There, with a little help from tequila and dark magic, they face the objects of their own desires.>> Maura Campbell.
<< I am delighted to direct Fantasia de Colores. >> Georgette Garbès Putzel.
What they say about TMM’s production of Fantasia de Colores.
The cast on stage by alphabetical order: Andy Crackow is Lorraine and Patricia. Grady Shea is Esteban. Laura Roald is Beebee. Mathiew Stern is Daniel and Angel. Olivia Vita is Lisa. Georgette Garbès Putzel is the Mother.
The movement performers on stage: Felicia Plumley is a Lady and Santa Muerte. Madeline Bromdel is Popo.
The musicians, audio-visual recorded: Michael Carrese, trumpet. Lynn Robbins, guitar.
The singers on screen: Angelica McLennan: solos and chorus. Chorus: Kara Douglas, Jane Haenel, Tina Escaja, Maria Rinaldi, Alissa Gamberg, Angelica McLennan. Chorus director: Lynn Robbins.
The tech: Sherman Plumley, stage builder.
At the camera and film editor: Stephen Pite.