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New American Voices: Eight Tales of Pedro

By Mark-Eugene Garcia
Directed by Rodrigo E. Bolanos

March 5, 8 PM

Queens Theatre's New American Voices Play Reading Series continues this spring with three in-person readings of new American plays! Opening the Spring series is EIGHT TALES OF PEDRO by Mark-Eugene Garcia on Saturday, March 5, 2022 at 8:00 PM.

This reading will also be live streamed from the Queens Theatre Studio!(must be viewed live - no replay after performance will be available).

Reservations for in-person attendance have closed, but you may sign up for a waiting list in person at the box office from 7:00 PM, or watch the live stream.
Photograph of Studio Theatre

EIGHT TALES OF PEDRO begins in 17th Century Mexico, as Pedro and his companion travel from a small port town into the fabled Veracuz, telling stories while following Pedro’s one true love. Meanwhile, in the present day, in a van full of Mexican immigrants, Peter crosses a border into an unfamiliar country, while his companions tell him stories to chase away his fears. The two storytellers risk everything, as their lives and plots intertwine.