BRUJA" A reimagining of Euripides' "Medea" by Luis Alfaro directed by Loretta Greco From the critically acclaimed writer of "Oedipus el Rey" comes a contemporary story so haunting and sensual, it explodes one of the ancient myths most firmly embedded in our culture. A sizzling look at a sorceress scorned. Featuring Carlos Aguirre, Wilma Bonet, Sean San José, Armando Rodriguez, and Sabina Zuniga Varela.
A scene from the Original play "Forget My Name" directed and conceived by David Bridel. Written and performed by the USC MFA class of 2011. This scene is between Imposter Dominic Berteau and FBI Agent Nina Carter. With Rafe Corkhill and Sabina Zuniga Varela, Director of Photography Shaun Hart.
Directed by Juliette Carillo For Jason, things are finally looking up. The terrifying journey that he and his wife, Medea, endured to travel from southern Mexico to Los Angeles is now in the past, and he’s found steady work and a bright future—or at least that’s what his new boss promises. But Medea, still traumatized by their ordeal, fears their nightmare isn’t over. In this retelling of Medea, OSF’s resident playwright Luis Alfaro blends tragedy, wry humor, Mexican folklore and a bracingly modern setting to unleash the power of Euripides’ ancient tale, seen through the lens of immigrants in the United States. Show length is approximately 1 hour, 35 minutes, with no intermission. #MojadaMedeaOSF
MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro returns with the New York premiere of his stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, inspired by the Ancient Greek story of Medea. Helmed by Chay Yew (Oedipus El Rey), this play masterfully combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more. Alfaro’s OEDIPUS EL REY, produced last season in collaboration with the Sol Project, was hailed by The New York Times as a “dynamic reminder that we are living in a political moment when stories matter.” With great poetry, humor, and heart, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself.