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Marisol

By José Rivera

Marisol Perez, a young Latino woman, is a copy editor for a Manhattan publisher. Although she has elevated herself into the white-collar class, she continues to live alone in the dangerous Bronx neighborhood of her childhood. Marisol is visited by her guardian angel who informs her that she can no longer serve as Marisol’s protector because she has been called to join the revolution already in progress against an old and senile God who is dying and “taking the rest of the universe with him.” The war in heaven spills over into New York City, reducing it to a smoldering urban wasteland. Alone, without her protector, Marisol begins a nightmare journey into this new war zone and finds herself on the streets, homeless. With the apocalypse well under way, the angels have traded in their wings for Uzis and wear leather motorcycle jackets and fatigues. As the action builds to a crescendo, the masses of homeless and displaced people join the angels in the war to save the universe.

Tickets go on sale Monday, March 14th. 

Thursday, March 17, 2022 at 5:30 pm

More dates through March 20, 2022

Marlene and Spencer Hays Theatre (Walsh Center), Studio Theatre
2800 South University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76109

Event Type

Concerts & Performances

Target Audience

Students, Faculty & Staff, General Public, Prospective Students

Topic

Arts & Culture

Cost

$15 Adults; $10 Students, Faculty/Staff, Seniors

Department
College of Fine Arts, Theatre
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