When: Fridays-Sundays, 8-10 p.m. Continues through March 20 2016
Agua de luna (psalms for the rouge), a world premiere inspired by the spirit of southwest Detroit by playwright Caridad Svich, traces the personal lives of three couples as they are intertwined with the life of Teresa de Los Angeles, a woman of 108 years. Written in close-up snapshots of ache, hunger, passion, and missed connections amongst this community of individuals, it is a story of those often "left behind" who want the possibility of a better life. It's about surviving, taking stock in memories, and believing in the everyday magic that may be possible in all of our lives.
Price: $15 - $20