Sonata Escondida

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Time and Location

by Manuel Zarate

When a man seeks out his first love, he discovers that time does not heal all things. Set in the desolate mountains of northern Mexico, Luis finds his first love Margaret. There is just one problem. She doesn't want to see him. Over the course of several days, her world unravels as she faces her current female lover, her ex male lover, their daughter, and her piano. In this story, families are not defined by gender.

Produced by special arrangement with Gurman Agency LLC

person in a green shirt with dark hair and dark eyes looking into the camera with a faint smile.

Directed by Ana María Campoy

Campoy is a first-generation Mexican-American theater artist who works as a director, actor, teaching artist, and translator throughout Puget Sound. More about Ana María Campoy

Auditions are open for Manuel Zarate's "Sonata Escondida"

Audition Information for "Sonata Escondida"

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