Written by Mando Alvarado
Directed by Jerry Ruiz
Featuring Jake Cannavale, Bernardo Cubria, Rosal Colon, Selenis Leyva, Alfredo Narciso, Yadira Guevara-Prip, and Felix Solis
May 8 – June 16
at Cherry Lane Theatre
*Talkback after the show on May 29th with the cast and special guest, Errasmo Guerra.
In South Texas, two things loom large—the Catholic Church and Texas pride—and Joe Garza, a strong, hard-working man, embodies one more than the other. But when he learns that Gilbert Gonzalez has returned as the new pastor at the basilica, Joe’s confronted with the choices he made in life and questions the past the only way he knows how—with anger, pride, and a biting tongue.
May 8 – June 16
Tuesday – Friday at 8pm
Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 3pm
BOOK YOUR TICKETS
ONLINE or call 866.811.4111
$75 – Regular Reserved Seating
$25 – Under 30 Patrons (With Valid ID. Use Code Und30)
$20 – Students (With Valid ID. Use Code Univ20)
*No refunds or exchanges. Telephone & Internet orders are subject to standard ticketing service fees.*
at Cherry Lane Theatre (38 Commerce Street)
Cherry Lane Theatre is wheelchair accessible and hearing devices are available
Mando Alvarado is an award winning playwright/screenwriter. His plays A King of Infinite Stage and Sangre were produced by NYC SummerStage and he wrote the book for the bilingual musical A Yellow Brick Road that premiered at the Lortel for TheaterWorks USA. His first feature film, Cruzando, which he co-wrote and co-directed is available on DVD and was distributed by Vanguard Cinema. Alvarado’s play Post No Bills was produced by Rattlestick.